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Publisher Description

Just when Jaymee Ballard’s life seems to be on track, a massive derecho attacks the Delta Crossroads sowing destruction in its path. Her boyfriend, investigative journalist Nick Samuels, comes up missing, and she fears the worst. 


Nick’s abandoned car contains evidence of his involvement uncovering a controversial case mired in political power and greed. While her friend and local detective, Cage Foster, heads up the inquiry into Nick’s kidnapping, Jaymee finds it impossible to sit back and do nothing. 


Enlisting the help of her best friend, Dani Evans, Jaymee discovers a trail leading to the dangerous and secretive Dixie Mafia. Facing a fraudulent Confederate artifact scheme, dark local history, and a powerful enemy lurking in the shadows, the two friends find themselves holding the key to not only Nick’s disappearance, but a shameful town secret someone will kill to protect. 


ASHES and BONE features two strong female protagonists trying to find their kidnapped hero. Set in a small town full of secrets, this mystery suspense is the perfect ending to the Delta Crossroads mystery series.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2014
February 19
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
241
Pages
PUBLISHER
Twisted Minds Press
SELLER
Stacy Whisenand
SIZE
901.8
KB

Customer Reviews

EWMJLM ,

Good read

I just finished the last book in this series and overall I was very pleased. The mysteries were great, the romances were just enough and the characters believable and likable. There were some minor things I didn't care for, but still I would recommend the books.

PushpushStable ,

Ashes and bone

Just completed the trilogy and obviously, (since I read all three), this is a indicator that there is all one looks for in a good mystery. Filled with tension, red-herrings, good leads to unravel, and a satisfying finale. I'm moving on to the author's other books knowing I won't be disappointed.

Alana Neuron ,

Of course.

I loved the first book, was moderately annoyed at the reason the bad guy was bad in the second, but this just makes me angry.
**spoiler warning**
Of course, the one gay person in the entire series is described as having a sexual "preference ". And is, unsurprisingly but disappointingly, one of the bad guys. I guess I know where the author stands about people like me.

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