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Somebody's Dead in Snellville book. Ordinarily I love Patricia Sprinkle but this was probably my least favorits of all her books. The problem was that practically everyone of the many characters were irritating
Somebody's Dead in Snellville book. The problem was that practically everyone of the many characters were irritating. The only one I liked was Andy, a neighbor of Sheila Travis (the main character detective.
Somebody's Dead In Snellville. I do hope Patricia Sprinkle writes a volume 8, particularly in light of the continuing but indefinite nature of Sheila and Crispin as a couple. I would hope, though, that Mrs. Sprinkle would tighten the pace, convoluted sequencing, and plot of her next effort. Also, Sheila's Aunt Mary needs to return as an active character, not just set aside as vacationing elsewhere, one of the big disappointments of "Deadly Secrets.
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Somebody's Dead in Snellville Book Summary and Study Guide. Patricia Houck Sprinkle Booklist Patricia Houck Sprinkle Message Board. Sheila Travis is an amateur detective who has to rank as one of the most reluctant sleuths in fictional history. Already well-known in Peachtree Corners near Atlanta because of her exploits in a previous case, Sheila gets involved in another caper in Snellville. 1992) (The fourth book in the Sheila Travis series) A novel by Patricia Sprinkle.
Sometime sleuth Sheila Travis (Murder on Peachtree Street, 1991, et., widowed 18 months and working in Atlanta, is a neighbor of wimpy Sara Sims Tait, young member of a multigenerational, mostly redneck, singularly unappealing clan
Sometime sleuth Sheila Travis (Murder on Peachtree Street, 1991, et., widowed 18 months and working in Atlanta, is a neighbor of wimpy Sara Sims Tait, young member of a multigenerational, mostly redneck, singularly unappealing clan. A rumor that the family farm, owned by tough old Grandma Sims, may be sold for millions appears to trigger a series of tragedies, starting with the murder of Sara's social-climbing mother Martha-shot to death in her kitchen. Later, dim-witted Uncle Billy is found hanged in the barn, seemingly a suicide.
Patricia Sprinkle was born in West Virginia, but grew up in North Carolina and Florida. After graduating from Vasser College where she studied creative writing, Sprinkle spent a year writing in the Scottish Highlands. Sprinkle has written non-fiction articles for religious magazines such as Guideposts and has also written educational materials on hunger. Sprinkle enjoys reading mysteries, and since 1988, Sprinkle has written twenty mystery novels. Sprinkle and her husband live in Georgia. They have two grown children. Библиографические данные.
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