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Now Let's Talk of Graves (Samantha Adams #3)

3.64  ·  Rating Details ·  94 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
With fascinating characters and pungent dialogue, this spirited, rollicking mystery crackles with danger and excitement when Atlanta journalist/detective Samantha Adams accepts an invitation to visit the Big Easy--New Orleans at the height of Mardi Gras.
Paperback, 320 pages
Published October 1st 1991 by Pocket Books (first published 1990)
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Pat Roberts
New Orleans and the 'old family' culture of the South drew me in to this short murder mystery. I have to admit, I'm glad I missed out on a 'coming out' party--too expensive! And who needs all those breakfasts, lunches, dinners and balls! (Okay, I'll admit it, I'd love to experience just one Mardi Gras).
LJ
NOW LET'S TALK OF GRAVES - VG
Shankman, Sarah - 3rd in series

Beauteous Samantha Adams, Atlanta journalist, visits New Orleans school chum Kitty for Mardi Gras. Sam gains entree to all the privileged parties, but uses her status to question family members about the hit-and-run death of Kitty's brother. She vies for information with handsome (younger) insurance investigator Harry Zack, nephew of Kitty's brother, so an interesting contest--heightened by mutual attraction--develops between the two.

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Nashville-based mystery writer Sarah Shankman is the author of the popular title I Still Miss My Man, But My Aim is Getting Better (1996), and the equally popular Samantha Adams series, the latest of which is Digging Up Momma.

a.k.a. Alice Storey Some of her books republished under Shankman.
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