LOADED WITH KICK ASS ATTITUDE
Redneck P.I. Twila Taunton juggles her love life while she hunts down her mama's murderers.
What do a secret code, a dead bank robber and a batshit crazy woman have in common? The answer is nothing, unless you live in Quisby, Alabama. Twila Taunton has just returned to her hometown and started her Redneck P.I. business so she can find her mother's murderers and bring them to justice.
She juggles her love life while following the leads, all of which point to the Drifter—who was murdered in the town 25 years ago. Her hard-drinking octogenarian Great Aunt Essie cracks the code—or does she? They head out on their Harleys in the middle of the night to 'Cyder Hill'—a haunted mansion patrolled by man-eating wild boars, otherwise known as 'This side of hell.'
Written with a raised eyebrow and plenty of cheek, the ridiculously disparate collection of weirdos mingled with corruption, crooked cops, and moonshine are guaranteed to keep you turning the pages.
Twila Taunton cannot allow Pam Taylor to be set up for a crime she didn't commit, nor can she ignore the desperate, pleading look from an abused dog.
Proud of her uninhibited lack of sophistication, redneck sleuth, Twila Taunton is deadly serious about bringing justice to the falsely accused, to protecting the innocent, no matter their species, and about her vow never to get married.
She cannot believe she could be pregnant, nor that she has to work with Jimmie-Ray, the sleazebag who stood her up on her wedding day. But she can't allow gentle Pam Taylor to go to prison for a murder she did not commit.
In a breakneck race to hunt down the real killer before Pam is seriously messed up in prison, Twila solicits the help of hacker and mean guitarist Gasser Cunha, her hard-drinking great aunt Essie, and office assistant LaMercy Howard, who reluctantly agrees to go Goth.
When she discovers an illegal puppy mill and a cruelly, injured dog gives her that inconsolable look, she knows she has to mount her own rescue mission. At the same time, a possible dog-fighting ring rears its ugly head in Quisby.
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