Dead Ends

Dead Ends

by Sandra Balzo

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Main Street Mysteries #2

A small lake town tucked into the mountains of North Carolina, picturesque Sutherton charms tourists and locals alike�though Sutherton may have more sinister secrets hiding behind its gentle Southern comfort�

Back home to care for her help her mother with her main street restaurant, Annalise Griggs is mortified to run into her former lover�and his family. Driven to distraction worrying that small town mouths are wagging�tragedy strikes. And when similar �accident� occurs, Annalise knows she must get to the bottom of these small town murders�lest she become the next victim!

�Recommend this series to fans of Margaret Maron�s Deborah Knott novels, both for its strong female lead and its rural North Carolina setting.��Booklist

�The well-drawn North Carolina setting is integral not only to the plot but also perhaps to AnnaLise�s most endearing quality�her abject terror of the area�s narrow mountain roads, full of crazy switchbacks and heart-stopping overhangs.��Publishers Weekly

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150079717
Publisher: NYLA
Publication date: 12/12/2014
Series: Main Street Mystery Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 718,784
File size: 410 KB

About the Author

Sandra Balzo turned to mystery writing after twenty years in corporate public relations, event management and publicity in Wisconsin. Murder on the Orient Espresso, her eighth Maggy Thorsen coffeehouse mystery was just released, and Hit and Run, the third Main Street Murder, will be out in early 2014. The books, set in the popular vacation destination of North Carolina�s High Country, alternate with the Maggy series. Nominated for both Anthony and Macavity awards, Balzo�s novels have received starred reviews from Kirkus and Booklist, while being recommended to readers of Janet Evanovich, Charlaine Harris, Mary Daheim, Joan Hess and Margaret Maron.
In addition to her books about coffee-maven Maggy Thorsen and displaced journalist AnnaLise Griggs, Balzo writes short stories, two of which have been published in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, winning the Macavity, Derringer and Robert L. Fish awards.
Balzo has managed publicity for three Bouchercons (World Mystery Conventions), as well as the International Association of Crime Writers, and has served as a national board member of Mystery Writers of America. A native of southeastern Wisconsin, Sandy currently splits her time between South Florida and the High Country of North Carolina.
But, wherever she is, she roots for the Green Bay Packers.

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