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A Gone Pecan

4.0 of 5 stars 4.00  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  5 reviews
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Published October 19th 2009 by Authorhouse (first published 2009)
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Lynn
I read about this book on a friend's Facebook page. I had been at college at the same time as the author and thought, why no read a book by a person I actually know (of)? So I did.

I enjoyed it immensely. The characters are real and I can identify with everyone of them, and know someone who would fit the mould. I was sorry it took me so long to read it, because it makes it seem like I was not at all interested or had to slog though it. That was not the case. The truth is, I was busy and had only
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Callie
My son gave me this book for Christmas a couple of years ago. I thoroughly enjoyed it. It's a mystery that keeps you guessing right up to the end and it's very funny, laugh-out-loud funny. Yes, there are a few typos, as one reviewer noted, but they do not distract from the flow of the story. And what book published these days does not have a few typos? This book is a good mystery, it's funny, the characters are very likeable, it's clean (no obscenities) and less than 500 pages. What more could y ...more
Libby Hewitt
Written by a fellow (and I do mean fellow, as in MALE) MUW graduate (whom I knew slightly), I initially began reading this book as a show of moral support for Dusty, but I was happily suprised to find that the generous amount of dialogue in the book, was totally written in the vernacular of the DEEP SOUTH. I read the whole thing aloud to my husband, and after some of the cookie-cutter murder mysteries we have read recently, this book was a definite pleasant surprise!
Christi Baugh
Too bad the publisher did such a poor job of proof reading this cute book. There are many typos. Except for the difficulty in pronouncing some of the far-fetched so-called Southern names, I enjoyed the book.
Dustin Thompson
Is it obnoxious to say you'll enjoy this?
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