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Sign in. In Murder in Gatlinburg, Cy and Lou retire as homicides and are given a vacation to Gatlinburg, Tennessee, as part of their retirement gift. They are traveling as part of a bus tour group, but shortly after they leave home they suspect someone has been murdered. One of the detectives Cy forgets he is retired and tries to solve the murder of someone whose body has not yet been discovered, while his friend Lou must continually remind him that they are now retired.

Cy tries to sneak and solve the murder without a body yet being discovered, while enjoying the first vacation he has taken in over thirty years. Humor and mystery abound. Leave It to Cleaver. Victoria Hamilton. Triple Chocolate Murder. Sally Berneathy. Dying for a Diamond. Cindy Sample. Jeanne Glidewell. Raining Men and Corpses. Anne R. Abigail Keam. Gone Daddy Gone.

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Rather than assert his innocence or talk about justice, he offers a zigzagging meditation on the nature of fatalism. When Daniel was in his late teens, he was convicted of the rape and murder of his sixteen-year-old girlfriend, Hanna. He served nineteen years, most of them in solitary confinement.

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The crime itself was a foggy, ambiguous incident that involved psychedelic drugs; two boys testified against him, and, under pressure, Daniel confessed. No one gets it. The murder case is reopened and leads down alarming paths. Few people want to face the uglier facts, including the knowledge that Daniel was raped in prison, multiple times. While he was on death row, his father died and his mother remarried, so he has a stepbrother, Ted, Jr. He speaks in an off-kilter, whispery style, making even sympathetic neighbors uncomfortable.

His mannered intellectualism marks him as an outsider, queer in several senses, as much as any suspicions of criminal guilt do. The one person who truly gets him is Ted, Jr. Their flirtation takes place, however, largely through elevated conversation about Thomas Aquinas and Buddha, forgiveness and humility.