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eBook Do Unto Others (Jordan Poteet) ePub

by Jeff Abbott

  • ISBN: 0345389484
  • Category: Mystery
  • Subcategory: Suspense and Obscurity
  • Author: Jeff Abbott
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Fawcett (October 1, 1994)
  • ePub book: 1598 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1754 kb
  • Other: mbr doc lrf txt
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 532

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Thumbs up to Jeff Abbott’s delightful debut novel. Carolyn G. Hart After a few good years of city life. I have now read all four of the Jordan Poteet books written by Jeff Abbott. I enjoyed them so very much.

Thumbs up to Jeff Abbott’s delightful debut novel. I've also read the Sam Capra series. What an excellent author Mr. Abbott is. I recommend all of these novels.

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Do Unto Others jp-1 (Jordan Poteet Jeff Abbott. Year Published: 2005. Year Published: 2001. The free online library containing 450000+ books. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

Home Books The Jordan Poteet Series Do Unto Others. After a few good years of city life, Jordan Poteet returns to his small hometown of Mirabeau, Texas, to work as a librarian. Yet his quiet domesticity is shattered when he locks horns with Beta Harcher, the town’s prize religious fanatic, in a knock-down drag-out battle over censorship. When Jordan finds her murdered body in the library, he learns that Beta dead is much more dangerous than she ever was alive. Not only for poor Jordan, whom the police are itching to throw the book at, but for countless others.

Creating his first novel in 1994, he wrote the book ‘Do Unto Others’ to much acclaim. as he received awards and praise for it from both critics and readers alike.

Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Creating his first novel in 1994, he wrote the book ‘Do Unto Others’ to much acclaim. This then helped to propel him into the forefront of his field, as he became a successful and highly adept author within his chosen field. Over the years his writing began to progress, along with his characterizations, as he attempted to take his writing forwards creating more and more compelling scenarios with each page turn.

Jordan Poteet has come home to Texas from Boston to help care for his mother who has Alzheimers. This is the best book I have had in my hands in ages! When will there be more?

Jordan Poteet has come home to Texas from Boston to help care for his mother who has Alzheimers. Jordan gets a job has the Library manager and finds a dead Southern Baptist in his library when he opens up that morning. This woman had just the day before hit Jordan in the head with a book, because she called it smut and said it should be removed from the library shelves. This is the best book I have had in my hands in ages! When will there be more? This man writes the best 'cozy' you could imagine!

1994) (The first book in the Jordan Poteet series) A novel by Jeff Abbott. Awards Dilys Awards Best Book (nominee).

1994) (The first book in the Jordan Poteet series) A novel by Jeff Abbott. The debut of a devilishly funny new mystery series set in the South-brimming with scandals, slaughter, and sassy down-home wit. Jordan Poteet returns to his small East Texas hometown to care for his ailing mother, only to find himself confronted by family skeletons. and a murdered man in the local library. Praise for this book. One of the most fun mysteries I've read in years. Thumbs up to Jeff Abbott's delightful debut novel.

“One of the most fun mysteries I’ve read in years. Thumbs up to Jeff Abbott’s delightful debut novel.”—Carolyn G. HartAfter a few good years of city life, Jordan Poteet returns to his small hometown of Mirabeau, Texas, to work as a librarian. Yet his quet domesticity is shattered when he locks horns with Ms. Beta Harcher, the town’s prize religious fanatic, in a knock-down drag-out battle over censorship.When Jordan finds her murdered body in the library, he learns that Beta dead is much more dangerous than she ever was alive. Not only for poor Jordy, whom the police are itching to throw the book at, but for countless others. In fact, thanks to a cryptic list the police find stashed next to her fanatical heart, Beta Harcher has the whole town in a death grip. . . . Praise for Do Unto Others“A haunting story of a small Texas town overflowing with decade upon decade of dark secrets.”—R. D. Zimmerman“For ages I’ve been saying that fame and fortune awaited the man who could write charming and funny mysteries set in small-town America. When I read Jeff Abbott’s Do Unto Others, I knew that the position had been filled.”—Sharyn McCrumb

Comments

WinDImmortaL WinDImmortaL
I have now read all four of the Jordan Poteet books written by Jeff Abbott. I enjoyed them so very much. I've also read the Sam Capra series. What an excellent author Mr. Abbott is. I recommend all of these novels.
JoldGold JoldGold
I started reading Abbott by starting with Adrenaline, which was non-stop action. I couldn't wait to read the sequel, The Last Minute, which was equally good. I thought I needed to read some of his earlier books so decided to begin with early ones and move forward. This book is much slower without all the action. I'm having a hard time even getting through it.
Doukree Doukree
I like Jeff Abbott, I have read everything else by him so I thought I would check out this series. Jordy Poteet is a new character for me and I have found myself laughing out loud. Good read.
Moronydit Moronydit
The book was okay. It keep me interested, but it is not like his work "Adreneline" and "The Last Minute". I was hoping that it would go along the lines of Sam Copra, the character in these two books.
It was good, I will read more of his books.
Ger Ger
That's what this novel reminded me of. A librarian solving a crime the local police can't handle when a lazy DA is ready to charge him. A slightly surprising ending but not worth the time it tok to read.
Unsoo Unsoo
Murder & humor. I laughed out loud at times. Smooth reading. I like Jeff Abbott Novels. Entertaining. Reading another of Jeff's now
Watikalate Watikalate
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Sam Capra books,were more interesting in my opinion.The plot was a little strained.