All The Dirty Cowards

All The Dirty Cowards

by Deborah Adams
All The Dirty Cowards

All The Dirty Cowards

by Deborah Adams

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Overview

After the disastrous Northfield Raid, Jesse James began a new life in Tennessee. The man known to those in the Plant community as Mr. Howard was kind, generous, and timid. When the circuit preacher couldn't make it to town, Jesse sometimes preached the sermon. Once in a while, he may have ridden over to neighboring Jesus Creek...

Dan McClain bought the old Vickers farm hoping to find a peaceful retreat in Jesus Creek, Tennessee, but the town's unique reality hits home when skeletons start popping up in McClain's yard, followed by the murder of a beloved local resident. Are the crimes connected? Amateur sleuth and genealogist Delia Cannon is determined to unearth the answer. As ghostly remnants of a long ago murder linger in the shadow of present day tragedy, Delia's passion for truth draws the attention of a killer who isn't about to let a decades-old crime come to light.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162178590
Publisher: Bald Cypress House
Publication date: 09/18/2021
Series: Jesus Creek mysteries , #7
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 934,007
File size: 302 KB

About the Author

Flair and Macavity Award-winner Deborah Adams' first novel, All The Great Pretenders, was nominated for the Agatha Award in 1993. Since that time, Adams has earned a reputation among readers, critics, and booksellers as a talented author who consistently produces a more compelling story with each new novel.

A seventh-generation Tennessean, Adams brings to her work an appreciation for the lore and traditions of the South. Combining her sharply perceptive observations of human nature with a mature and biting wit, she creates satirical novels that gently tweak the reader's conscience while mercilessly tickling the funny bone.
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