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Críticas: ""A Killing In The Hills" is a gripping, beautifully-crafted murder mystery that shows that small-town West Virginia is no longer Mayberry. Great reading."
--SCOTT TUROW

"Julia Keller is that rare talent who combines gripping suspense, a fabulous sense of place and nuanced characters you can't wait to come back to. A must read."
--KARIN SLAUGHTER

""A Killing in the Hills "is a remarkably written and remarkably tense debut. I loved it."
--DENNIS LEHANE

"Julia Keller's "A Killing in the Hills "is a terrific debut--atmospheric, suspenseful, assured. I hope there's more to come in the story of Bell Elkins and Acker's Gap."
--LAURA LIPPMAN

"Be careful opening this book because once you do you won't be able to close it. Instead, clear the weekend, silence the phone and settle into Acker's Gap, a place as fascinating and fraught with violence and beauty as Daniel Woodrell's Ozarks or William Gay's Tennessee. A killer novel."
--TOM FRANKLIN

"Outstanding. . .Keller does a superb job showing both the natural beauty of Appalachia and the hopeless anger of the people trapped there in poverty. . .Unforgettable."

--"Publishers Weekly" (starred review, Pick of the Week)

""A Killing in the Hills" superbly evokes the hard times and wooded beauty of a poverty-stricken county in West Virginia. . .A finely written and engrossing debut."
--"Houston Chronicle

"""A Killing In The Hills" is a gripping, beautifully-crafted murder mystery that shows that small-town West Virginia is no longer Mayberry. Great reading."
--SCOTT TUROW

"Julia Keller is that rare talent who combines gripping suspense, a fabulous sense of place and nuanced characters you can't wait to come back to. A must read."
--KARIN SLAUGHTER

""A Killing in the Hills "is a remarkably written and remarkably tense debut. I loved it."
--DENNIS LEHANE

"Julia Keller's "A Killing in the Hills "is a terrific debut--atmospheric, suspenseful, assured. I hope there's more to come in the story of Bell Elkins and Acker's Gap."
--LAURA LIPPMAN

"Be careful opening this book because once you do you won't be able to close it. Instead, clear the weekend, silence the phone and settle into Acker's Gap, a place as fascinating and fraught with violence and beauty as Daniel Woodrell's Ozarks or William Gay's Tennessee. A killer novel."
--TOM FRANKLIN

"Outstanding. . .Keller does a superb job showing both the natural beauty of Appalachia and the hopeless anger of the people trapped there in poverty. . .Unforgettable."
--"Publishers Weekly" (starred review, Pick of the Week)

"A page-turner with substance and depth, this is as suspenseful and entertaining as it is accomplished."
--"Booklist" (starred review)

"A fictional debut for a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, born and raised in West Virginia, whose love for the state, filled with natural beauty and deep poverty, pervades a mystery that has plenty of twists and turns and a shocking conclusion."
--"Kirkus "(starred review)

""A Killing In The Hills" is a gripping, beautifully-crafted murder mystery that shows that small-town West Virginia is no longer Mayberry. Great reading."--SCOTT TUROW

"Julia Keller is that rare talent who combines gripping suspense, a fabulous sense of place and nuanced characters you can't wait to come back to. A must read."--KARIN SLAUGHTER

""A Killing in the Hills "is a remarkably written and remarkably tense debut. I loved it."--DENNIS LEHANE

"Julia Keller's "A Killing in the Hills "is a terrific debut--atmospheric, suspenseful, assured. I hope there's more to come in the story of Bell Elkins and Acker's Gap."--LAURA LIPPMAN

"Be careful opening this book because once you do you won't be able to close it. Instead, clear the weekend, silence the phone and settle into Acker's Gap, a place as fascinating and fraught with violence and beauty as Daniel Woodrell's Ozarks or William Gay's Tennessee. A killer novel."--TOM FRANKLIN

"A twisty plot--and a soulful depiction of a beautiful, besieged "afterthought of a town"--propels this debut mystery."--"People" Magazine

"Keller perfectly captures the ennui of a community paralyzed by poverty and despair, and the pride of people who refuse to succumb to the insidiousness of drugs. . .A powerful debut."--Oline Cogdill, "South Florida Sun-Sentinel

""Outstanding. . .Keller does a superb job showing both the natural beauty of Appalachia and the hopeless anger of the people trapped there in poverty. . .Unforgettable."--"Publishers Weekly" (starred review, Pick of the Week)

"A fictional debut for a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, born and raised in West Virginia, whose love for the state, filled with natural beauty and deep poverty, pervades a mystery that has plenty of twists and turns and a shocking conclusion."--"Kirkus "(starred review)

"A Killing In The Hills" is a gripping, beautifully-crafted murder mystery that shows that small-town West Virginia is no longer Mayberry. Great reading. "SCOTT TUROW"

Julia Keller is that rare talent who combines gripping suspense, a fabulous sense of place and nuanced characters you can't wait to come back to. A must read. "KARIN SLAUGHTER"

"A Killing in the Hills "is a remarkably written and remarkably tense debut. I loved it. "DENNIS LEHANE"

Julia Keller's "A Killing in the Hills "is a terrific debut--atmospheric, suspenseful, assured. I hope there's more to come in the story of Bell Elkins and Acker's Gap. "LAURA LIPPMAN"

Be careful opening this book because once you do you won't be able to close it. Instead, clear the weekend, silence the phone and settle into Acker's Gap, a place as fascinating and fraught with violence and beauty as Daniel Woodrell's Ozarks or William Gay's Tennessee. A killer novel. "TOM FRANKLIN"

A twisty plot--and a soulful depiction of a beautiful, besieged "afterthought of a town"--propels this debut mystery. "People Magazine"

Keller perfectly captures the ennui of a community paralyzed by poverty and despair, and the pride of people who refuse to succumb to the insidiousness of drugs. . .A powerful debut. "Oline Cogdill, South Florida Sun-Sentinel"

Outstanding. . .Keller does a superb job showing both the natural beauty of Appalachia and the hopeless anger of the people trapped there in poverty. . .Unforgettable. "Publishers Weekly (starred review, Pick of the Week)"

A fictional debut for a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, born and raised in West Virginia, whose love for the state, filled with natural beauty and deep poverty, pervades a mystery that has plenty of twists and turns and a shocking conclusion. "Kirkus (starred review)""

A Killing In The Hills is a gripping, beautifully-crafted murder mystery that shows that small-town West Virginia is no longer Mayberry. Great reading. SCOTT TUROW

Julia Keller is that rare talent who combines gripping suspense, a fabulous sense of place and nuanced characters you can't wait to come back to. A must read. KARIN SLAUGHTER

A Killing in the Hills is a remarkably written and remarkably tense debut. I loved it. DENNIS LEHANE

Julia Keller's A Killing in the Hills is a terrific debut--atmospheric, suspenseful, assured. I hope there's more to come in the story of Bell Elkins and Acker's Gap. LAURA LIPPMAN

Be careful opening this book because once you do you won't be able to close it. Instead, clear the weekend, silence the phone and settle into Acker's Gap, a place as fascinating and fraught with violence and beauty as Daniel Woodrell's Ozarks or William Gay's Tennessee. A killer novel. TOM FRANKLIN

A twisty plot--and a soulful depiction of a beautiful, besieged "afterthought of a town"--propels this debut mystery. People Magazine

Keller perfectly captures the ennui of a community paralyzed by poverty and despair, and the pride of people who refuse to succumb to the insidiousness of drugs. . .A powerful debut. Oline Cogdill, South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Outstanding. . .Keller does a superb job showing both the natural beauty of Appalachia and the hopeless anger of the people trapped there in poverty. . .Unforgettable. Publishers Weekly (starred review, Pick of the Week)

A fictional debut for a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, born and raised in West Virginia, whose love for the state, filled with natural beauty and deep poverty, pervades a mystery that has plenty of twists and turns and a shocking conclusion. Kirkus (starred review)

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