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Madi Gravestone
by Sandy Semerad Wings ePress

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 1590882741

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

Don't forget to pack your costume for Mardi Gras as you begin the trip with Lilah Sanderford and her daughter, Angela. And don't get too close to the pickup traveling in front of you with the red-headed man riding in the bed. Lilah wasn't careful enough and when the collision occurred, she became involved in a bizarre case of murder, theft and politics. Mardi Gravestones is a delightfully complex story with many trails for you to follow. You will get to know a piano player named Jay and a large sized policeman
named Billy Joe Harris who used to play football.
There are also other characters whose motives and
personalities will lure you page to page. You won't want to stop reading. Highly recommended as a truly fun read, one that any mystery lover will enjoy. The settings will delight your inner eye and remind you of the lost civilization of the old south. This very talented author, Sandy
Semerad, offers us something original and fun. Happy reading.

 

 
 

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