Uncovered (Hearts of the South, #9)
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Uncovered (Hearts of the South, #9) (Hearts of the South #9)

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Before she can build a future, she must dig up the bones of her past…

A Hearts of the South story.

After nearly twenty years, her career in possible ruins, homicide detective Madeline Holton returns to her hometown for a temporary stint working with the local sheriff’s department. The demons of her teen years lie in wait, rising once more in the form of a cold case she mu

Kindle Edition, 272 pages
Published (first published July 1st 2009)
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Not my favorite, but a good entry in the series. I liked that Ash was so patient. Something about the way it ended bothered me, though I can't place my finger on just what. I'll have to think about it.

I stayed up until 3 this morning reading it. Just couldn't put it down.
Not my favorite of the series, but still a good installment. It was nice to see Tick when he wasn't so annoying, but why can't we visit any of the other couples in town, dear author? I was hating on Madeline for the first half of the book, and when all her past finally came out, it seemed a little silly for all of them to still be hung up on it twenty years later. I can see how it might've been amplified for Madeline because of her unstable home life, but for Tick? It just wasn't that devastatin...more
Not my favorite of the Hearts of the South books, but an enjoyable read. I loved Ash (though, I've liked the hero's more than some of the heroine's in general through the series). Madeline annoyed me for most of the book, but she was realistically portrayed (I know people who react in very similar manners before thinking things through). Overall, good read.

I want Cait's brother to have his own book. He's shown up a couple of times in basically cameo appearances, and he intrigues me a bit.
Reread in 2010. Last time I gave this a 3. This time it gets a 4. Ash is a great guy, and Maddie grew on me this time. I do love how Winfree weaves the other characters into subsequent stories, and although I still felt like the series is becoming the Tick & Cait show, it felt a bit more balanced to me on the reread.

I've heard that after a hiatus, Winfree is back writing again. Cannot wait to read another from her.
Rhian Cahill
It's way too long between books and I always promise I'll savor the next one but there's no way I can read one of Linda's books slowly. I just about inhale them. Another great read.
Robin *loves sexy books*
Wow what a great series! I really loved it. Great characters, good suspense murder mysteries. All around definitely recommend!
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How does a high school English teacher end up plotting murders? She uses her experiences as a cop’s wife to become a writer of romantic suspense! Linda Winfree lives in a quintessential small Georgia town with her husband and two children. By day, she teaches American Literature, advises the student government and coaches the drama team; by night she pens sultry books full of murder and mayhem.
More about Linda Winfree...
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