I couldn't put this book down. Carolyn Haines's trademark humor and lovable characters are back, in a heartwarming Christmas story that will enchant and delight readers looking for a suspenseful mystery wrapped in joyful holiday merriment. But one bitterly cold night, with the holiday just around the corner, Sarah Booth awakens to the insistent ring of her doorbell. She is a former journalist, bartender, photographer, farmhand, and college professor and lives on a farm where she works with rescue cats, dogs, and horses. John Adams at Adams Imaging.
My only flaw with this book was that I felt like we were missing some much loved characters. Things are heating up on the Mississippi delta in mo I enjoy this series. Sarah is a single thirty-something who works as a private investigator in Zinnia, Mississippi. At the early years, I often didn't find the books in the stores, shop. I guess that's because I live in the north and this is my first trip to the real old south and Jitty does a fine job of introducing the old south! I had never read any of the books in this series but I am now a fan.
Hallowed Bones: Thirty-something Sarah Booth Delaney loves her thriving detective agency, and not even the outrageous ghost haunting her can keep Sarah from basking in the good times. I highly enjoyed this book. The characters are colourful and well developed. The writing is very good, and the author knows her characters. Whom do you work with when sleuthing? I will def be adding Ms.
Along the Mississippi death are mounds believe to have been built the Tunics Indian of the region. Cece reveals that this is her cousin's daughter, Eve Falcon, and that she'd lost touch with this part of her family years ago. The prime murder suspect asks Sarah and Tinkie to investigate, and they agree—but their decision has grave consequences. With its cast of unique characters. The father was a leading citizen in the town. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book from Minotaur Books via NetGalley.
People should play sports, not watch them. On the first day of their island adventure, they take a historical tour led by Angela Trotter, a young woman well-versed in local lore, including rumors of pirate treasure hidden somewhere on the island. The characterization and setting have also drawn praise; readers have felt like they get whisked away to Zinnia, Mississippi every time they read a book from the series. He's also too handsome for his own good, and a bit of a flirt. Unwed and over 30, she excels as a private Investigator. He is handsome, witty, and eager for new conquests. Her first novel writing under her real name was Them Bones, published in 1999.
When Peter Deerstalker, a member of the Tunica tribe, mentions a curse, it doesn't seem so far-fetched--especially when a young graduate student on the site claims someone on the site is searching for something much more precious than ancient pottery. From the first word to the last, I was completely captivated by this novel. Sarah Booth takes the case to try to find out what happened; she has to be careful before she joins the dead person. When a second victim is found on the site. A dinner party thrown by Lawrence Ambrose, a man who made a name for himself writing southern letters and world traveler, is trying to make a comeback, with the help of an ex-model to write a tell-all with him. Carolyn Haines is the master of so many genres, but perhaps her most unique contribution is the Delaney mystery series.
However, it is her work as Carolyn Haines that has attracted true acclaim. Who is the guilty party and who will come out of this alive? Thank you NetGalley and St. This is a long-running series, with the latest addition being the 20th book in the series. Lots of action an intrigue, in this fast paced mystery. Including one guy who is a televangelist and another that is a politician with a wife and mob ties. However, her own problems take a back seat when Eulalee McBride confesses to killing her husband.
Sarah Booth does not think so, and upon digging into things, she finds that Doreen will not talk about the men in her life. I shouldn't have listened to that ghost. Sarah Booth suspects that her friend is lying through her pearly whites…but why? Sarah Booth and Tinkie must solve the crime of two women killed on an archeological dig, an old indian mound, in what appears to be a ritualistic murder. It makes the character very relatable. She never marries in the later books; Sarah does have a fiance by the fourteenth book, but it winds up not working out and they end it. I do know from history of Indian Mounds in Illinois that this is a sensitive area of archaeology. Soon, Sarah Booth has uncovered a number of possible suspects, but she can't narrow them down fast enough to stem the continuing violence that seems to trace back to Dr.
First, I can't believe I've never heard of this series. . Somewhere between the two men, a spark was lit. I highly enjoyed this book. I hope to remedy that in the near future. This book has a lot going for it.