May fill Hillerman's shoes. --The Gallup Herald
The dialogue is fresh and witty, reminiscent of sparkling Thirties screwball comedies with Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn bouncing off each others' energy and zinging home tart observations. The wry Hubert makes the perfect foil for insouciant Susannah. --Lou Allin, author of Man Corn Murders.
Orenduff is a master of his craft. He pulls you in by a thread and masterfully winds the story around his characters. Prepare for a sleepless night. I couldn t put it down. --Marie Romero Cash, author of Tortilla Chronicles
About the Author
Mike Orenduff grew up in a house so close to the Rio Grande that he could Frisbee a flour tortilla into Mexico from his back yard. He and his wife, the art historian Lai Chew Orenduff, currently split their time between south Georgia and their Greenwich Village pied-a-terre which is on the same block as Bernie Rhodenbarr's fictional Barnaget Books and Carolyn Kaiser's Poodle Factory. And if you're not familiar with those two establishments, you aren't reading enough murder mysteries.