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Marilyn StasioDeborah's narrative voice, with its engaging tone of amusement at the human foibles she witnesses in her travels, is just the ticket for this dramatic view of the spectacular Blue Ridge Mountains on the western border of the state -- and the quaint local custom of tossing one's enemies off these scenic slopes. Whenever she takes a breather from investigating the deaths of two real estate developers, Deborah takes the reader exactly where the reader wants to go, from turkey calls to down-home country musicales. Now, that's culture.
— The New York Times