"Gone Daddy Blues" By Jane Tesh: Review/Giveaway

Review by Doward Wilson

Details at the end of this post on how to enter to win an autographed copy of the book and a link to purchase it.

Meet Private Investigator, David Randall. Discouraged by a recent deadbeat dad case, he wonders if he should close the detective agency. He operates his business from his psychic friend Camden's boarding house at 302 Grace Street in Parkland, North Carolina. But then, he gets a psychic message from his dead daughter telling him it is important to continue doing so. David takes on another case hoping to close the case quickly, but then his psychic partner falls off the roof of his house and is unable to be psychic.


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As David struggles to find a girl's deadbeat dad, he becomes entangled in another case of a serial killer who collects blonde hair. As he juggles both cases, will his psychic partner regain his skills in time to stop the blonde killer before he strikes close to their lives? What about the dead beat dad who he has found? Will he continue to ignore his wife and daughter or will he take responsibility finally?
 

This is a tautly-written mystery with wonderfully conceived characters. The psychic aspect adds depth and dimension to the carefully plotted mystery. I highly recommend this book for any mystery fan who likes an on the edge thriller.

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Doward Wilson is a retired and avid cozy, paranormal, and adventure reader who can’t say no to most books. He recently moved from Independence, Missouri to Gladbrook, Iowa. Located in Central Iowa, Gladbrook (population 900+) is small town, rural farming at its best.
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Comments

  1. Sounds interesting. Strange premise.
    Don't usually read
    paranormal stories but I'd try this one - might
    decide I like them. thanks
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    1. Thanks, Mary! I hope you'll enjoy the series.

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  2. Sounds like my kind of read! tWarner419(at)aol(dot)com

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    1. Thank you! Hope you'll give the Grace Street series a try

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  3. New author to me. Sounds like a great read.
    diannekc8(at)gmail(dot)com

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