Finally, Chattahoochee Dead is going to arrive at a bookstore near you on September 27, 2013
Maria Sebastian, realtor, just wants to sell the land so she can make her buyer happy and also collect the commission she’s been working on for a year. The buyer gets cold feet when he sees the empty grave on the property she wants to sell him. When the body of a realtor is found in the
Maria suggests to the authorities they should check out the empty grave. But they don’t see the connection. Problems are starting to line up for Maria. She can’t get information she needs for the
sale, she can’t explain to the buyer whether the grave is actually on the
property. Lazy-ass Taylor Wilke wants
her to do his work as well as hers. Her
nightmare cousin Emily shows up without warning and turns Maria’s house into a
dormitory for Romanian teenagers. If she
complains to her parents about her cousin, they’ll accuse her of heinous family
disloyalty. And there’s just no reason
Emily carries around an African Gray Parrot, and the Mafia wants him back,
Emily back and their personal property back.
Never having been altruistic in her life, Emily has either suddenly
developed a heart or there is yet another secret Maria cannot answer. Underlying all the mystery is another family
overly-familiar with the Dawson Forest of Dawson County, Georgia, complete with
its history and questionable safety as a public park.