Hell on wheels or a psychic in a travel trailer? Brianna Sullivan gave up her job finding missing luggage for the airlines in order to seek the freedom of the open road. Her first stop? The small town of Lottawatah, Oklahoma. Using her psychic abilities, Brianna takes on a multitude of jobs to earn gas money, help out the local police detective, and direct some troubled souls towards the light. Volume 1 of this series by Evelyn David contains two short stories - I Try Not to Drive Past Cemeteries and Dead But Not Buried in Lottawatah. Two more volumes are available: The Dog Days of Summer in Lottawatah and The Holiday Spirit(s) of Lottawatah.
About the Author
The author of the Brianna Sullivan Mysteries, Murder Off the Books and Murder Takes the Cake, Evelyn David is the pseudonym for Marian Edelman Borden and Rhonda Dossett. Marian lives in New York and is the author of ten nonfiction books on a wide variety of topics ranging from veterans benefits to playgroups for toddlers! For more information on these books, please visit her web site at Rhonda lives in Muskogee, Oklahoma, is the director of the coal program for the state, and in her spare time enjoys imagining and writing funny, scary mysteries. Marian and Rhonda write their mystery series via the internet. While many fans who attend mystery conventions have now chatted with both halves of Evelyn David, Marian and Rhonda have yet to meet in person. Evelyn David's website is
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I Try Not to Drive Past Cemeteries based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
When I saw this in the nook store, I thought it might be a fun read, and I was right. Brianna Sullivan sees ghosts (whether she wants to or not) and they want her help with their "unfinished business". She rolls into a small Oklahoma town in her motor home Matilda, just "passing through", or so she thinks...the ghosts have other plans. If you like a little "woo woo" and humor mixed with your light mysteries, check this out. I enjoyed it enough to load the next two on my nook tablet :-)
I enjoyed both short stories where things are not as they appear.
The title caught my attention....Evelyn David got my undying interest. Wonderful series. They are quick reads, but very entertaining with fully developed characters!