Stung by Laura S Wharton
A Sam McClellan Tale (Sam McClellan Tales)

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Readers will adore Aunt Lou, find Edenton full of delightfully quirky characters, love to hate the villain who is revealed at the end, and enjoy several endearing moments offset by some explosive revelations before the story comes to its satisfying conclusion.
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Former Police Detective Sam McClellan and his mechanically inclined, curse-spewing sassy sidekick Molly Monroe are back after their first explosive adventure in Deceived. This time, they set out to prove Sam’s Aunt Lou is not the murderer of her next-door neighbor/fiancé who died mysteriously in the pretty little North Carolina town of Edenton. Their budding relationship could be sidetracked by a curvaceous real estate agent, while a vengeful land developer schemes to get what he feels is rightfully his. With heightened tempers and small-town rumors swarming around them like an angry hive of bees, can Sam and Molly stay focused on the case and keep Aunt Lou safe from a prowling stranger?
 

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Published May 4, 2016 by Broad Creek Press. 322 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Tyler Tichelaar on Jun 07 2016

Readers will adore Aunt Lou, find Edenton full of delightfully quirky characters, love to hate the villain who is revealed at the end, and enjoy several endearing moments offset by some explosive revelations before the story comes to its satisfying conclusion.

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