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Posted December 18, 2013
If Carol Miller continues this series, I think she will have a h
If Carol Miller continues this series, I think she will have a hit on her hands. Virginia is the setting for this story of murder and moonshine. Daisy, a young waitress, finds herself in the middle of the towns latest death. On a quiet day, in the gossip center of town,the diner, an old hermit Dickerson, enters the diner, mumbles the word "burger" and drops dead. Soon Daisy and her friends find themselves involved with guns, F.B.I. agents, the local police and oh yes, moonshine. Secrets that most small towns seem to have are no stranger here. Among the secrets, and rumors, how is one to know if this death is natural, or if old man DIckerson murdered, and who would have hated this old man enough to murder him? The enchanting small town, and the easy to like characters are very believable.
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Posted December 28, 2013
Enjoyed this mystery, but disappointed in the geography. Pittsy
Enjoyed this mystery, but disappointed in the geography. Pittsylvania County, Virginia isn't even close to the mountain range or Southwest Virginia. The county is east of the Blue Ridge mountains which is east of the mountain range of Southwest Va. This wouldn't be noticed by people unfamiliar with the area. Glade Hill is in Franklin Co. Va. which is near the Pittsylvania Co. line. Probably a post office and that is all.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Hopefully she will base her nest novels in Virginia though. This was a good one (in spite of my annoyance of inaccurate geography), and I will read all with a Virginia locale.