Die Die Blackbird
(A Piney Woods Mystery)
by Teresa Trent
About Die Die Blackbird
Cozy Mystery 3rd in Series
Publisher: Camel Press (January 14, 2020)
Paperback: 210 pages
Digital Print Length: 159 pages
Nora Alexander is finding her job exciting as she welcomes paranormal investigators Jack and Daisy Foley to the Tunie Hotel. They are trying to contact the ghost of Sam Houston not only for their internet production but because it is reported there is a stash of Santa Anna's gold hidden somewhere. They are operating on the theory that Sam Houston visited a lady of the evening in Piney Woods and locate Red Ruth Inn where a parking lot now stands. Not only do these two stir the spirit world, but they also bother some of the town's most established citizens including the town's quilting group who doesn't appreciate their overtaking of the hotel with ghost hunting equipment.When a townsperson is murdered with suspected ties to the local gang, The Alamo Runners, Nora finds herself wanting to protect his wife and daughter all the while getting cryptic messages from beyond. Jack and Daisy aren't the only ones with a connection to the other side.
*I received a free copy of this book which I voluntarily chose to write an honest review for.
A great addition to an adorable cozy series set in a small town in Texas. Nora is enjoying herself running the Tunie hotel and being with her grandma. She has even welcomed the quilting group to use the hotel space to meet. Things are great until a couple shows up to hunt ghosts. This upsets the quilters as they take over and then a body is found. A second one pops up as well just to make things more interesting. One is a guy you don't fell bad about and the other is well liked which just confuses Nora as she tries to see if they are connected. Makes for a fun read full of quirky characters, lots of clues, and small town charm. Great for fans of cozies. I really liked it so I give it 4/5 stars.
About Teresa Trent
Teresa Trent writes cozy mysteries that take place in small towns in Texas. The Piney Woods Series came to be because her older brother worked in the hotel industry for over twenty years and would relate all the things and people he had experienced. Because Teresa loves history and a little bit of the paranormal, the Tunie Hotel was born! Teresa is also the author of the Pecan Bayou Cozy Mystery Series.
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Thank you for your kind review :) I'm so happy you liked Nora dealing with the ghost hunters and the quilt ladies!ReplyDelete