Book for Christmas #2 DEADLY FEAST




While checking the edits for Deadly Feast, and getting reaquainted with this book, I realized what a big influence Agatha Christie had on me without my knowing it.

Obviously this is a mystery, and when I began it, I thought it might be a Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery, but when I got to the end, I knew it didn't fit the series. This is the second book that I did this with. 

Because I liked it, I did some rewriting, changed the names of the characters and the setting. Still a small town, this one is in the gold country--much like Coulterville to be exact. Coulterville is right on the old '49 trail. 

I really did have a good time writing this book--and rereading it. I hope you'll enjoy it too.

Blurb:

While investigating a murder, Leslie York, the resident deputy of the mining town of Copper Creek, finds herself stranded on the wrong side of the creek when it turns into a raging torrent. Others driven from their homes by the flood gather, but one of them turns up dead. When Leslie begins to suspect the victim's death was murder, she suddenly finds herself in peril, struggling for life in the angry floodwaters.

It's available as a trade paperback and for Kindle.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/1979531927/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1510165513&sr=1-1&keywords=deadly%20feast%20meredith

Marilyn


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