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Just Holler Bloody Murder Paperback – December 14, 2012
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About the Author
Dershie McDevitt lives outside of Asheville, North Carolina with two Wheaten Terriers and her first and second husbands. This works well because she’s had the good fortune (he says) to marry the same man twice. Her whimsical house, located in a mountain valley teeming with wild creatures, is a perfect habitat for a girl raised in northern Wyoming. The McDevitts’ vacation home on Dewees Island, off the coast of Charleston, South Carolina, is another wild and natural place. Their home on stilts overlooks a swamp pond with a fourteen-foot alligator and a myriad of flying, roosting, nesting, fishing, squawking birds (well over 200 species now). Dershie’s first novel, “Just Holler Bloody Murder,” draws on her love of nature and adventure. In a setting very much like her Dewees Island retreat, the author creates a world where murder and mystery mix together with romance to create a wonderful and slightly quirky read.
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This foray into the mystery genre deserves further explorations and hopefully, successive books from this author !
Ms. McDevitt has an unerring eye for details both in the physical world of nature as well as the myriad behaviors of human nature. The contradictions in the characters' personalities keep you interested and curious and add to the many surprises of the mysterious ending. The southern setting is accurate and the atmosphere is beautifully evoked. I want to be "taken back" to the low country for another adventure. Well done !