Dead Case in Deadwood by Ann Charles
(Deadwood Humorous Mystery Series #3)

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Available January 30, 2015 -- LOOK WHAT THE WIND BLEW IN by Ann Charles, the first book in her brand new Dig Site archaeological mystery series ... A steamy jungle, an ancient curse, a deadly secret--one big sweaty mess!

For more details on this new release as well as Ann's other books, check out her website.

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DEAD CASE IN DEADWOOD

From the Award-winning Author of Nearly Departed in Deadwood comes the
third novel in the continuing story of the Deadwood Mystery series.


"Ann Charles has penned another wickedly funny, smart, unforgettable story. Dead Case in Deadwood is impossible to put down." ~P. J. Alderman, New York Times Bestselling Author

"A must read! Ann Charles possesses the rarest of rare talents--she combines laugh-out-loud funny with suspense so intense you forget to breathe. Dead Case in Deadwood is absolutely superb." ~Robin Weaver, Author of Blue Ridge Fear

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"Nothing good ever happens at the butt-crack of dawn. No doubt, the headless corpse on the autopsy table in front of me would agree."--Violet Parker

Real estate agent, Violet "Spooky" Parker stumbles upon a body-part theft ring at the local funeral parlor and suspects her caustic coworker has a hand in it--or maybe a foot. Can Violet discover what's in the crates the crooks are sneaking out of the mortuary in the dark of night? Or will she end up in one of them herself ... in pieces?
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"Pull on your purple boots--Ann Charles will have you chewing your nails
and laughing out loud at Violet Parker's latest mayhem!" ~Jacquie
Rogers, Award-winning Author of Much Ado About Madams

"If you
haven't already been whipped by Deadwood, this is the book that will
knock your socks off." ~Natasha Jennex, A Great Book Is The Cheapest
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Other Books in the Deadwood Mystery Series**Don't forget to pick up the FOURTH book in the continuing Deadwood Mystery series, Better Off Dead in Deadwood.

**Also available from :
Nearly Departed in Deadwood (Book 1)
Optical Delusions in Deadwood (Book 2)
Better Off Dead in Deadwood (Book 4)
An Ex to Grind in Deadwood (Book 5)

**For some Deadwood Mystery Series short story fun, check out Deadwood Shorts: Seeing Trouble and Boot Points.

Other Works
**If you were looking for Ann's Bestselling Jackrabbit Junction Mystery series full of more laughs, suspense, and romance, search for Dance of the Winnebagos...where digging up secrets from the past becomes deadly. Also, check out Jackrabbit Junction Jitters (Book 2) and The Great Jackalope Stampede (Book 3).

Also, check out the first book in her new humorous archaeological Dig Site Mystery series--Look What the Wind Blew In.
 

About Ann Charles

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Ann Charles is an award-winning mystery author. Her first novel in the Deadwood Mystery series, Nearly Departed in Deadwood, won the 2010 Daphne du Maurier for Excellence in Mystery/ Suspense. A member of Sisters in Crime and Romance Writers of America for many moons, she has a B.A. in English with an emphasis on creative writing from the University of Washington. She lives near Seattle with her clever husband, charming children, and one heck of a sassy cat. For more on Ann, visit her at www.anncharles.com C.S. Kunkle has been drawing monsters of all sorts and sizes since childhood. His art can be viewed at www.cskunkle.com. When he's not at the drawing table, he's hanging out with his wife and kids while enjoying Seattle's liquid sunshine.
 
Published January 20, 2014 by Ann Charles. 402 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Romance, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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