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The youngsters of Hackett may not know that at one time, their hometown was a thriving community of saloons, meat markets, drugstores and other businesses brought on by the coal mining and railroad industries.
It is rare that murder most foul is overwhelmed by literary grace, yet that is true of Benjamin Black's latest mystery. Even violent death can assume a lyrical tone when it is the work of an author for whom mysteries seem to have become a hobby since he claimed a major literary award under another name.