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| Publikationsart: Roman
Stichworte: cozy mystery
, gold mines
, real estate agent
, Indian mounds
, African Gray Parrot
, Dawson Forest
, Lake Lanier
When Realtor Maria Sebastian isn't selling property, she's solving murders.
ONE OF THE CHEROKEE BURIAL MOUNDS REALTOR MARIA SEBASTIAN SAW TWO DAYS AGO ON RURAL PROPERTY IS NOW AN EMPTY HOLE IN THE GROUND-OH MY GOSH!
"...an enticing tale of shady real estate deals and Mafia crimes... faced-paced and sometimes hilarious action."-Elaine Orr, author of the Jolie Gentil Cozy Mystery Series and numerous other mysteries.
Maria Sebastian, Realtor, knows where a grave has been emptied. A body is found in the Chattahoochee River. She's going to lose the buyer if she can't convince authorities the two are tied together, as well as the commission that goes with him. Proving what she knows stirs up a murderer or two, a madman, an ancient secret, a bunch of old people and a wacky cousin complete with a Guatamalan/Spanish/Italian speaking bird. People come and go through the revolving door called her house, including her boyfriend. Each with his own secret
"An entertaining mystery featuring Maria Sebastian, a real estate agent who tackles wooded property, wild relatives, and a boyfriend who's never there when she needs him... when she finds some old Indian graves in the woods, it gets downright dangerous."-Cheryl B. Dale Dale, author of Taxed to the Max , Treacherous Beauties, The Man in the Boat, Set Up, Warwicks of Slumber Mountain, and Intimate Portraits.
"With wonderful descriptions of small-town Georgia, Melody Scott weaves a wickedly good tale. Chattahoochee Dead will keep you turning pages until the very end.-Renee Pawlish, author of Reel Estate Rip-Off, This Doesn't Happen In The Movies, Elvis And the Sports Card Cheat and The Malt
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Melody was born in San Diego, California. After her degree from California Polytechnic College in Pomona, California, she was hired by the Press Enterprise newspapers in Riverside, California.
One husband, two children and several animals later, she moved to Georgia, fell in love with the land, and attended what is now North Georgia College and State University in Gainesville, GA to obtain her real estate license to sell property.
Meanwhile she wrote human interest short stories, published in various magazines and newspapers, and began her Maria Sebastian mystery/thriller series having to do with hypothetical situations using historical facts of north Georgia.
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