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A Killing At Cotton Hill: Terry Shames

A small town has someone who you might call the town gossip or in this case her name is Loretta. She is not offensive, mean or cruel but manages to have her pulse on what is happening in the small town of Jarrett Creek. Murder is not the norm in this town but someone made sure that Dora Lee Parjeter did not live out her days in Cotton Hill. She was found murdered. Poor Loretta was doubled over with grief, could not believe that her friend was gone and had just spoken to her the previous evening.

Sam Craddock was the former police chief now retired and the present one Rodell Skinner doubles as the town drunk as well as police chief. Inept, not capable of solving where he might have put his own gun if misplaced, Sam, the former Police Chief, decides…

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author educator book reviewer for authors reading and writing staff developer Book reviewer for manic readers, ijustfinished.com book pleasures and authors upon request blog tours on my blog and interviews with authors I am the author of five published books. I wrote three children's books in my Bertha Series and Two on Alzheimer's. Radio show talk host on Red River Radio/Blog Talk Radio Book Discussion with Fran Lewis the third Wed. of every month at one eastern. I interview 2 authors each month feature their latest releases. I review books for authors upon request and my latest book Sharp As A Tack or Scrambled Eggs Which Describes Your Brain? Is an E book, Kindle and on Xlibris.com Some of the proceeds from this last book will go to fund research in the area of Brain Traumatic Injury in memory of my sister Marcia who died in July.

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