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By Phyllis E Smallman

ISBN-10: 1552789128

ISBN-13: 9781552789124

With its seven foot snakes and nasty horses, Florida ranch state might be as harmful because the suggest streets of any gigantic urban. Sherri Travis does not do kingdom. She likes it even much less whilst she meets Clay Adam's psychotic buddies and reveals a lifeless guy behind her pickup. With fairy lighting dancing throughout the Spanish moss and violent males last in, the shock celebration Sherri plans for Clay turns lethal.

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I’m going to. I’m going to put the truck under the drive shed where it was and call the sheriff. ” I shook my head in denial. “It’s my truck and I’ve been driving around Jacaranda all morning. People saw me. One thing I learned from Styles, no matter what you tell the police, or any other authorities, you’re stuck with it. ” Uncle Ziggy asked. “Clay’s got hundreds of acres of wilderness out there with more than one gator hole to drop him into. Even if the gators leave anything of him behind, cops will think he just had an accident.

My truck,” I corrected. ” “Oh yeah. You made me late for grade eight commencement because you stopped to pick up a deer that the car in front of us hit. We had to deliver it to your friend the butcher before we could go to the school. ” Tully said, “Sometimes you really are your mother’s daughter. ” I approached the truck warily, watching the buzzards hopping in and out of the bed of the truck. With bald heads that looked diseased, feathers that seemed to shine with a pomade of filth, and feet that were scaly and evil, the buzzards gave me the willies.

Nothing to say he was killed here,” Ziggy answered. ” “Look,” the sheriff said, his voice loud. “This isn’t helping. I just need to know facts and not conjectures. What do you actually know to be a fact, Miss Travis? ” “Nothing, I know nothing about this. It may seem that it’s just careless to let your pickup be used as dumping ground for murder, but I know nothing about it. ” I couldn’t turn myself off; words just tumbled out of my mouth. “It’s just stupid. Why would someone kill Lucan and put him in my truck, especially if it was done out here.

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