Red Means Run by Brad Smith

Farmer Virgil Cain regrets hotheaded words when a lawyer he hates is murdered. Virgil escapes custody to prove his innocence, but his chances are slim. Can he evade the cops and find the killer?

Virgil and his reluctant ally, Detective Claire Marchand, both calmly confront gritty life with dry humor. The characters fit mystery character molds but also have striking twists. Events confuse whodunnit to make an interesting read. The worlds of horse farming, police work, and a sleezy music producer create a unique atmosphere.  Red Means Run offers dry humor and an interesting mystery.

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