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I Never Arkansas It Coming Paperback – October 29, 2013
About the Author
Jenni Wiltz writes mysteries, thrillers, paranormal romance, and romantic suspense. In 2011, she won the Romance Writers of America Kiss of Death Chapter's Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Category Romantic Suspense. Her short stories have appeared in The Portland Review, Gargoyle, and the Sacramento News & Review. She's worked as a web editor, a copywriter, and a USAID grant program coordinator, which gave her the opportunity to travel to Kenya. When she's not writing, she enjoys mixology, sewing, running, and genealogical research. She lives in Pilot Hill, California.
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the South. Brett Sargeant, a participant in the Witness Protection
Program, has been relocated from her NYC home after testifying in a
Mafia trial. As she and her loveable doofus of a dog adapt to the regional
customs (no Thai restaurants!), she also begins her new career as a private
investigator. A new case brings a dead body, Mafia hit men, car chases,
and a HOT guy. There are many laugh-out-loud moments while she figures
out who the bad guys are and how to close the case.
I really enjoyed this book--it was a fun read, full of humor. I bet the
author has had a dog like Dude!
It was really quite a good story about people on a witness protection program - I think Arkansas is a good location for it, but I pity the big city New York/Chicago type who is exiled to this state.
But the story unraveled at the end. The ending wasn't satisfying, and the main reason I had such a good time reading this book was because I could so readily identify with those who were displaced to this essentially beautiful but not sophisticated state. The author gives the reader a good taste of what it's like for a Yankee to move to a Bible Belt state. That alone was worth the read.
I am absolutely appalled that she would choose to repeat in her book that all Arkansans are incapable of reading or complex thought. Do not buy this book and do not support her "career".
pro new york and ethnic foods. what a snob. if you want to write an endictment on society do some research and go for it. leave our mystery genre alone.