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There are plenty of reasons her friends and family might have wanted Danielle Posey dead, ranging from her $40,000 insurance policy to jealousy to flat-out insanity. Anna wonders whether the sheet's a red herring, but she can't dismiss it entirely. Though the local culture's no longer built around segregation, racism still exists at a deep level that Anna finds unsettling. Both Danielle Posey and the prime suspect--her boyfriend--are white, but Danielle had secrets her friends won't reveal. Still, no one else appears to be in danger, until a prankster--or could it be a murderer?--sets an alligator loose in Anna's garage (nearly killing her faithful black Lab, Taco) and a local preacher commits suicide.
With the help of the handsome local sheriff, Paul Davidson, Anna pulls together clues from local history, Civil War reenactors, and the Mississippi mud and kudzu. Anna Pigeon's one tough bird--she survives not only a little alligator wrestling but also a brutal attack that leads her to the truth of what happened to Danielle Posey and why. What's most fascinating is how much of her famous emotional shield she lets slip in the process. --Barrie Trinkle --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Another enjoyable book about Anna Pigeon. I was not surprised by the identity of the murderer. I did enjoy the read to get there. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Sheri
An excellent look into a world that many of us don't know. Always a good mystery novel.Published 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
I started reading Nevada's books a few years ago. I have not started in order. They are written so I don't feel like I've miss of the book I should have read before going one to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by julie Munn
One of the best Anna P stories I've read. I like how Anna deals her fellow coworkers,. The introduction of Paul is nice. The story line is fantastic.Published 3 months ago by shannon Y
I've read most of the Anna Pigeon books and this is probably her best. I couldn't put it down. It's the kind of book that grabs you from the beginning and you keep telling... Read morePublished 3 months ago by KD
I have not read them all (and probably won't) but I enjoyed this one right to the end. It, again, had a bit too much introspection, but somehow it all aPublished 3 months ago by R. Jubitz