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Be Buried in the RainBe Buried in the Rain: 06/11/07

Be Buried in the Rain is a fairly typical Barbara Michaels book with a bachelor-girl protagonist who has been estranged from her family but now forced to return home during a family crisis. In this case, Julie Newcomb must return to the crumbling family plantation to care for her ailing grandmother.

While there she must help her estranged boyfriend uncover the mystery of two skeletons found on the side of the road while Julie receives threats to her life from all fronts. With a small cast of characters and a limited area of scenes, there aren't many options for who could be threatening Julie or the mystery behind the bones. For the observant and alert reader, the mystery will be easy to solve. Nonetheless, the book is an enjoyable light read; something to take on a trip.

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Comment #1: Sunday, June, 10, 2007 at 16:50:55


I've heard of this and thought of reading it. It sounds very funny."