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When a teenaged boy is found dead, the chief of police in a small Georgia town in 1920 begins an obsessive hunt for the boy's tormentor, which leads him to two former chiefs of police, one a murderer and the other the concealer of a secret.
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton & Co., [2006]
Edition: Twenty-fifth anniversary edition .
ISBN: 9780393063530
Characteristics: 1 online resource (427 pages)

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akasq Apr 11, 2014

Stuart woods writes about his
family from days gone by ,
per woods it established him as a
novelist. Chiefs was his favorite,
and his first novel, it may his best.
I'm glad I read this one.

Feb 07, 2012

Chiefs ---- by Stuart Woods c - 1981 Orig. ---- Pbk. re-print C - 2005 ---- Enjoy! ---- (Finished 2nd reading 2-7-12) RichardPaul ---- Chiefs ---- by Stuart Woods c - 1981 / I read the reg. print book. ---- This is an excellent Read! This story is very hard to set down and get back to your life.---- I blasted right through it, annnd, wanted more! ---- so, Mr. Woods gave us 44 more and now we are chomping the bit for: Bel Air dead. Love the storys' and works. ---- Enjoy! ---- RichardPaul ---- ---- ---- I've added this review from the large print version because: SPL is in the practice of when the book is no longer here @ or the in the SPL system, the Book and the review vanish untill SPL aquires another copy, if SPL chooses to.

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