Dead Case in Deadwood
“Nothing good ever happens at the butt-crack of dawn. No doubt, the headless corpse on the autopsy table in front of me would agree.”—Violet Parker
Real estate agent, Violet “Spooky” Parker stumbles upon a body-part theft ring at the local funeral parlor and suspects her caustic coworker has a hand in it—or maybe a foot. Can Violet discover what’s in the crates the crooks are sneaking out of the mortuary in the dark of night? Or will she end up in one of
them herself … in pieces?
Uncaged Review: In book three, the paranormal is
increasing, and this book amps up even more danger,
laughs and some chills. The mystery is never really
over for Violet, she’s always getting her nose into
somewhere she shouldn’t be. This time, she thinks
she’s stumbled on a body parts ring, but she is also
close to losing her job – if she doesn’t close the sale
on the Old Prospect’s Hotel, she may be out of a job.
And the place is haunted, of course. So Violet will do
some off the wall things to get the sale. And she drags
Doc with her.
This book is not only a good mystery, but the author’s
way of throwing in the humor and how Violet sort of
stumbles through life takes the book to a new level. I
normally am not a mystery lover, but these books are
changing my mind. Reviewed by Cyrene