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Tin God (Delta Crossroads Trilogy, Book 1) by [Green, Stacy]
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Stacy Green has the power to transport readers to a place and time. Whether it's the sticky heat of a Mississippi summer, or the cold terror of coming face to face with a murderer, her writing stimulates all the senses. TIN GOD is a very satisfying read.
 --Bestselling thriller author Rachel Abbott

Stacy Green has written an emotionally charged, thought-provoking and stunning mystery/suspense that will capture and hold you hostage until the last page is read.
--The Kindle Book Review

Stacy Green writes some of the best villains out there while at the same time keeping them well hidden. I highly recommend this book for adults who love suspenseful mystery with a dose of romance and a surprise you don't see coming. I will definitely be reading more of her stories. --Open Book Society

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TIN GOD is an action packed psychological mystery/suspense novel featuring a strong woman who is determined to stop a demented killer who will stop at nothing to bury the truth.

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  • File Size: 2668 KB
  • Print Length: 404 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Twisted Minds Press (January 9, 2014)
  • Publication Date: January 9, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00C7SKV1G
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I am a bit more than halfway through and have only reached this point in an attempt at being fair in my review. Honestly, i just cannot imagine why this book has so many five star reviews. First, in my opinion it's a romance trying to widen it's audience by throwing in some murders - or vice versa, quien sabe. Second, it's not interesting either as a romance or a mystery - or perhaps it might be if you're a 15 year old girl who's lived an extremely sheltered life. Other reviewers have outlined the story, so I'll just say that the protagonist Jaymee is a woman who seems to just find every reason to feel sorry for herself throughout what I've read. She meets Nick, the husband of her best friend who's dead - all of her friends as far as I've read, end up dead, mostly because Jaymee blabs about stuff they know which gets them killed - and from the time she meets him, every paragraph (or that's what it feels like) has some reference to tingles and adrenaline rushes, racing pulses and every other juvenile cliche imaginable every time they're together brushing up against one another - maybe accidentally. The characters are also cliche - the abusive father who hates her, the weak and useless mother, the pastor, the rich owner of the plantation whose wife is murdered ... pretty much all of them.

Jaymee is supposed to be a strong, female character but she can't seem to get herself out of her pitiful life. She lives in a rusting trailer, doesn't have a car, her boyfriend took off with the rent, and she wants to find, and get custody of the child she put up for adoption years before. Anyone should immediately ask "Why would you want to bring a child into the hovel that you live in .. in Mississippi and with no air conditioning and nothing but rust and weeds in which to play?
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Tin God is a touching story laced with pain, betrayal, murder, and a whole lot of suspense-packed mystery. Once i started, I couldn't put it down as I followed the hectic, and at times Jerry Springer-ish life of Jaymee and her equally messed-up family.

Jaymee is a girl trying to make a life for herself and saving up to try to find the daughter she was coerced into giving up seven years ago. During this time, she only confided in two people: Lana and the town whore.

Lana died years prior. It pains Jaymee, but everyone assumed it was a stranger-murder. That is until one of Jaymee's bosses ends up dead. She looks an aweful lot like Lana, and she's killed the same, ritualistic way. But it's not enough, it's all circumstantial, and the police don't bat an eye. So when a letter show's up on Lana's widows door step. It serves as the missing link. Until someone else dies.
Three deaths and one major secret. Can the truth come out, will anyone believe Jaymee (essentially the town nut job) when she finally lets the secret out? Can she find the proof she needs before the killer strikes again?

Wow. Like I said, I couldn't put this one down. I started reading it this morning and before I knew it, I was sucked in. Excellent writing and a great story with a good dose of forbidden romance tucked in. I loved the end. The true end, aka, last few pages, but the whole of the story kept me engaged and wanting more.
But the kicker, the real kicker comes when the bad guys are all revealed for what they are and the roles they play. That I will not give away, BUT even I didn't see it coming.
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Mississippi. For us Damn Yankees, it's a mysterious land of plantation houses, seedy trailer parks, ghosts, cheap fireworks, steamboat gambling casinos, and people who talk funny.

But it is really just a place where people are just like the rest of the world, trying to live their lives, survive,struggle, get ahead. And talk funny.

This is a page-turner of a saga of some rich people, some religious fanatics, some poor people, and a lot of murders, set in the historic town of Roselea, less than two hours away from the crossroads of Routes 61 and 49, the crossroads where many people believe Robert Johnson sold his soul to the evil in exchange for his blues mastery.

It is the story of a dysfunctional family, with a capital DYS, of how a few poor decisions and desperation can lead to lots more poor decisions and even more desperation, and of how you can't always fix what's broke. Sometimes the damage is irremediable.

It is the story of sin without the mitigating redemption, of mourning, of loss, and of infinite sadness.

The characters who populate this book are people you probably know in real life. Some are kind, some are struggling, some are mean as cat s***, some are lost, some are trying to maintain a stability in an unstable world.

It is a complex, deep story. Just know that if you like mysteries and realistic stories about the people involved in them, this book is for you.

This novel was runner up for The Kindle Book Review's 2013 Mystery/Thriller and an Amazon summer bestseller. It is a compelling read, and I read it in two sittings, staying up way past my bedtime.

And there are two more in the series, Skeleton's Key and Ashes and Bone. Hot damn!
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