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Publisher Description

Though born to heirloom pearls, designer dresses and lush garden parties, Savannah social icon Patricia Falcon and three of her closest friends spend their days in Savannah's dark side rescuing abused women. Patricia's darling mother, a prominent philanthropist, drops dead, and the police are baffled by her untimely death. Patricia recruits her three friends to help her investigate what she believes is murder."Savannah Sleuth" is a page-turning journey from Savannah's Southern wealth and grace into the hidden corners of Savannah and across two continents in a deadly pursuit of justice.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2017
December 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
280
Pages
PUBLISHER
Falcon Press LLC
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
590.5
KB

Customer Reviews

MrsDuck719 ,

Murder snd Mayhem Southern Style

I thought it was a very interesting read, but I am going to comment here on a theme I noticed in some of the reviews. Yes this was a book with the main characters being rich Southerners. And yes I do sometimes get tired of the characters who are rich and have time and money to galavant all around solving mysteries. But let’s be honest here, there is no way I could be a protagonist in a cozy mystery. I actually have to commute 2 hours a day, work 9, and try to feed my hubby and myself before bed. Plus I live paycheck to paycheck, and play the “which bills do I pay on time and which ones wait” game. What author would take on that challenge? “The Working Poor Cozy Series”. No, I will have to read books with characters who have at least a little time, flexibility in their jobs, and enough money for at least gas to track down clues, or the rich. But I get it! Enough said.

This is a good book. It is true to its Southern roots. The characters are well developed. I like them well enough (mostly) to care about them. The mystery was complex, and the organizations involved are interesting. I did have the killer pegged about halfway through. All in all a good book and I will continue reading the series. I recommend it.

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