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Sassy Southern Crime Fiction: Death in Perspective by Larissa ReinhartAbout Deeper Than the Grave, from the publisher:
Cherry Tucker is my kind of sleuth – whip-smart, quick-tongued, and big-hearted as all get out – and Death in Perspective shows her at her sweetly reckless best. If you like your heroines feisty, your menfolk sexy, and your plots as twisty as a dirt road racetrack, then put Larissa Reinhart’s latest on top of your Must Read list. She’s currently at work on the fifth book in the series – rumor has it that Hogzilla makes an appearance. I...[read on]
Will the Civil War add two modern-day casualties to its death toll?Learn more about the book and author at Tina Whittle's website and blog.
It’s taken almost a year, but Tai Randolph has her new life together. She’s running a semi-successful Atlanta gun shop catering to Civil War re-enactors. Her lover, the sexy if security-obsessed Trey Seaver, is sorting out his challenges. There’s not a single corpse on her horizon, and her previously haphazard existence is finally stable, secure… and unsurprising. Then a tornado blows by a Kennesaw Mountain cemetery, scattering the skeletal remains of a Confederate hero. Assisting the bones recovery effort is a job her late Uncle Dexter would have relished, as does Tai. Does she hit the jackpot on discovering a jumble of bones in the underbrush?
No. The bones reveal a more recent murder, with her deceased uncle leading the suspect list. As Tai struggles to clear Dexter’s name — and save the business he left her — she uncovers deadly secrets were also buried in the red Georgia clay. And realizes there’s a live murderer on the loose, a clever killer who has tried to conceal the crimes of the present in the stories of the past. As she risks her own life to unravel two mysteries — one from a previous century, one literally at her doorstep — Tai rediscovers her dangerous taste for murder and mayhem.
The Page 69 Test: Darker Than Any Shadow.
The Page 69 Test: Blood, Ash, and Bone.
Writers Read: Tina Whittle.