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To Murder a Saint is a fantastic of mix of mystery and the dark depths of bayou folklore. I really enjoyed this one and believe that this author may, in fact, be an untapped resource for future fantastic material.
The stories are beautifully crafted with attention to detail, rich scene setting, and a healthy mix of narrative and clever dialogue. The characters read true to life and intrigue the reader with every twist and turn. Fanchon has a way with words and a tell it like it attitude of this character makes the book a winner. And then there is Abolina who made me laugh more than once… overall this is a quality production from a talented author.
Judges, Writer's Digest, 2014
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