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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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The power is out and the roads are closed. They're forced to live with a murderer in their midst as Seamus O'Brien, their handsome and eccentric teacher, lectures them on the hero's journey and the role of conflict. They decide to do some sleuthing on their own, each employing her special skills to unearth clues. Along the way each reveals her deepest secret to the others. And they have a few sexual adventures as well--they ain't called the sluts for nothing, Pookie.
Told with great humor and heart, "Murder at Cape Foulweather" is part "Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood", part "The Spellman Files". I'm looking forward to their next adventure.
With adorable characters, a fun murder, the intrigue of jealousy among wanna-be novelists, Murder at Cape Foulweather is a great read. On top of everything else, the constant references to creative writing workshop-speak are hilarious for anyone who has endured one.
Besides the insane hijinx, effervescent banter and off-the-bell-curve characters there are also some startlingly tender moments that will stay with you after you're done with the book. You'll see why these women love each other, stick together, and why combined they constitute a new force of nature.
Head-hopping might be frowned upon in some writing workshops, but be prepared to leap from one Slut's perspective to another as the mystery unfolds, and be prepared to fall in love with the Sluts like I did.
If Seamus were to read this novel, with such exquisite prose and superb display of writing technique, he might conclude that the Sun City Sluts are no longer in need of workshops.