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A Dash of Murder (Pecan Bayou Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
"Killman Creek" by Rachel Caine
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The story begins at the deserted Johnson Tuberculosis Hospital where Betsy and her Aunt Maggie of the local Paranormal Investigating Group are setting up a tour of the hospital with local news coverage. Betsy and the group find a body in the empty rundown hospital and the excitement begins.
The story held my attention and it was a well written book. I enjoyed the characters and the different directions the story took. I was born and raised in the East Texas Piney Woods and was thrilled to see my home town of Longview, Texas mentioned one time.
I am looking forward to reading more of the Betsy Livingston books in the near future.
Betsy's husband just up and left her seven years ago despite her being pregnant. He left her with tons of debt, credit collecters at her door and apparently just did not give a damned. Betsy pulled herself up by the boot straps and made a good life for herself and her son. Having her Dad and her Aunt Maggie close by for support never hurt.
When Betsy finds a dead body in part of the abandoned TB hospital the excitement just keeps on coming. How much does the new guy in town, Leo, have to do with it? Read the book and find out. You won't be sorry.
The premise is different and well-developed but though Ms Trent tries to flesh out the characters I still found them a tad flat and unconvincing. The twists added to the mystery are bumpy and abrupt,with a lack of continuity that allowed me to put the book down, but I did come back and read to the end because I wanted to know the killer.