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by Billie Sue Mosiman
by. Mosiman, Billie Sue; Greenberg, Martin Harry.
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by Billie Sue Mosiman. It's a Mason-Dixon line-up! From the cypress swamps of Louisiana to the sunny coast of the Carolinas, from the neon glitz of New Orleans to the mist-shrouded mountains of old West Virginia, Death in Dixie brings a most southern flavor to murder-with stories from Edgar Award-winner Julie Smith, Agatha Award-winner Joan Hess and eleven other masters.
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Paperback Book, 240 pages. Bloodcurdling murder mysteries set in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. We match every book you purchase with a book donation. Come save on used books in the Clearance Aisle. Shop now. Gift Certificates. Gift Certificate Happy Friend + Books donated to families in need.
At the entrance into the restaurant area, a girl dressed in skinny black jeans and matching black tank top waited for Bastine Rendeaux to open the door. She smiled, lips full and new as red smoky moons.
Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. A collection of short stories and novellas from Bram Stoker Finalist Billie Sue Mosiman, author of more than 50 books. Highly recommended for zombie fans and fans of the master storyteller, Billie Sue Mosiman.
The Magician rearranges the Universe to make himself the center, the Mystic rearranges himself to find the center. Chapter 1. The little death. She could barely breathe she was so hot. She could hear the night birds call and the rustle of her mother’s palm grass skirt as she moved about the small hut. She could see just the light from the flames of the fire in the center of the floor, but she could not make out anything beyond. She closed her eyes to blessed darkness and wondered when she would die. She knew she would never be well again, never stand and walk, never kiss.