The third book in the Jesus Creek mysteries is now available as an ebook. I've tried to add some additional material to each of these ebooks, and for this one I've included the ONLY Jesus Creek short story ever written. Also Eloise's biscuit recipe.
Kay Martin is the protagonist this time. Kay is a poet, and I had fun re-living my own days as a poet. Well, not fun so much as amused annoyance, as I remembered those ambiguous rejection letters ('This came close.') that poets collect by the hundreds.
I can't mention this book without a nod to my late friend Jack, who is the model for the character of John in the book. Jack was as complicated a person as I've ever met, and to this day I'm not sure how much of what I know of him is true. How lovely to have such a mysterious friend, even if only in my memory.
Here's the summary:
Only a serial killer could upstage Miss Tennessee at the St. Patrick's Day bash. Book three of the Jesus Creek series mixes comedy, mystery, and murder with a Southern setting. Waitress, poet, and purveyor of cosmetics, Kay Martin reluctantly adds sleuth to her list of professions when a serial killer stalks Jesus Creek, and targets her as his next victim.
"...all the humor and insight into both the good and bad of small town Southern life that Adams has been noted for." ~~ Southern Book Trade
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