Release Date: Sept.1, 2017
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Hello and Welcome,

Thought you might like to know writing Murder on Pea Pike was a challenge, and it was also great fun. The challenge was to create an appealing, witty heroine, Honey Ingersoll, who’s struggling to improve herself. And Honey has a long way to go. She fractures the language, peppering her statements with double negatives and ol’ timey expressions. Improving her speech isn’t easy for her, but she’s working on it. She’s even tamed her big hair and tossed out all her tube tops. Lately she’s been seen having a raw salad on occasion, too, instead of her favorite collard greens. While all this isn’t a real education, like going to Vanderbilt or anything, Honey’s determined to remake her life and be the best real estate agent Eureka Falls, Arkansas, ever did see. In that resolve, she’ll persist until she knows exactly what to do when a hot property meets a cold corpse.

Bottom line: through all her struggles, Honey remains a mighty likeable gal, or as Sheriff Matt Rameros would say, a mighty loveable one. No wonder meeting her has been so much fun.

Cheers!

Jean Harrington



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