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Lowcountry Boil by Susan M. Boyer
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Jul 20, 2012

it was amazing

A reader's delight! The first line of Lowcountry Boil --The dead are patient.-- had me hooked from the get-go. Full of uniquely Southern insights and gracious charm, this book nonetheless packs a wallop you don't want to miss. Protagonist Liz Talbot is part Steffi Plum and part Kinsey Millhone, as quick to say "Bless your heart." as she is to pull her trusty Sig Sauer 9 or deliver a roundhouse kick to the sternum.

Susan Boyer's debut novel is full of ingenious plot twists, a cavalcade of unforgettable characters,
and a setting so lush you can smell the marsh grass and feel the ocean's breeze. And, oh, before I forget, the story takes place near Charleston, South Carolina, so, naturally, there's a ghost.
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