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Crossed By Death Paperback – Import, 23 February 2021
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- Publisher : Andrea Cumbo-Floyd (23 February 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 218 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1952430151
- ISBN-13 : 978-1952430152
- Item Weight : 259 g
- Dimensions : 13.97 x 1.27 x 21.59 cm
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The main character, Paisley Sutton is a 46 year old Single Parent to a young boy Sawyer (Saw) and fur Mum to a large cat who walks on a leash, Beauregard. She's a Freelance Writer centering on History, and runs her 1 woman salvage business to make ends meet. It was in clearing a derelict building set for demolition that she comes across a body a body which shouldn't be there, and a very much deceased one at that.
Other main characters are her Dad and Step Mum (Lucille) best friend Mika who runs the yarn store in the town and newly elected Sheriff Shifflett. There's also the owners of the store who have employed her to clear the store Berlinda and George Jefferson.
The story moved quite quickly and covered the time in history where there was alot of segregation and prejudice.
I love cozy mystery stories and couldn't guess the person behind the murder at all. I'm all ready to start the next book in this delightful series.
Never known a single mother have so much free time! Dumping obnoxious child in anyone.
Theory of story ok, but make the single, by mother choice, divorce, grow up, take responsibility and stop harping on how hard up she is. Make the father pay for the child, there is no mention he pays a penny.