Finished Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter by Tom Franklin, which is mystery/thriller set in rural Mississippi. In 1982 Larry Ott, then a high school junior, takes a girl on a date and she's never seen again. He claims he dropped her off and she ran away from the car. Her body was never found, and with no evidence, he's never prosecuted. Now, 20 years or so later, another girl has gone missing and everyone suspects Larry. We follow the local deputy, Silas "32" Jones through his day, and flash back and forth between Larry and Silas. This was another good thriller kind of thing that's less a thriller than a character study of the two men and their relationship, which is complicated and layered. Franklin reveals secrets slowly, and maybe takes a little too much time after it seems like everything is resolved. It's like he was enjoying himself in this world so much he didn't want it to end, so he kept writing. Again, another fizzy read in the mystery/thriller section.