BushWhacked

  • Title: BushWhacked
  • Author: Susan Schreyer
  • ISBN: 9781475293821
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • BushWhacked A human skeleton is the last thing Thea Campbell and fiance Paul Hudson expect to find buried in their own yard Neither do they expect the town of Snohomish Washington to erupt with excitement over a
    A human skeleton is the last thing Thea Campbell and fiance Paul Hudson expect to find buried in their own yard Neither do they expect the town of Snohomish, Washington to erupt with excitement over a fictional pirate treasure the dead man is rud to be guarding This is obviously an old murder, and the police need to solve it Unfortunately, the disappearance of the bA human skeleton is the last thing Thea Campbell and fiance Paul Hudson expect to find buried in their own yard Neither do they expect the town of Snohomish, Washington to erupt with excitement over a fictional pirate treasure the dead man is rud to be guarding This is obviously an old murder, and the police need to solve it Unfortunately, the disappearance of the bones hardly slows down local excitement as family and friends abandon any good sense they previously possessed Some hold a seance, hoping for guidance to the treasure from the hereafter Others take a straightforward approach and dig up Thea s yard with an unwavering persistence Someone, however, has not forgotten the decades old crime, and that someone wants all the evidence destroyed, no matter the cost.

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      Published :2020-04-17T14:42:35+00:00

    About Susan Schreyer


    1. Susan lives in western Washington with her husband, two children, and numerous animals of a variety of species She divides her non family time between teaching dressage to people and horses, and writing mysteries.The first story Susan ever wrote was while in elementary school It was called, The Mystery of the Golden Horseshoe Unfortunately, she doesn t remember anything about it except the title Death By A Dark Horse is her first completed novel, and brings together her two passions of writing and riding.Susan is a member of Sisters in Crime, and co president of the Puget Sound Chapter She is also an enthusiastic member of Guppies, and O Pen Writers.


    871 Comments


    1. I picked this one up during a free promotion and I didn’t realize right away it’s book four in the series. That didn’t stop me from enjoying the story at all though, the author did a great job introducing the characters without hitting you over the head with recap. Overall, I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the writing, the dialogue is fast and snappy, the way I like it, and the internal monologue for Thea isn’t too whiny or introspective. We’ve got a good solid mystery surr [...]

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    2. Paul and Thea are back in top form. Trying to move a huge rhododendron in their backyard to make way for expanding the house, they dig up a skeleton and with it all kinds of trouble. Friends and family go slightly beserk, from digging up the yard to look for pirate treasure to holding seances. Thea just wants her house back, and she and Paul are having a hard time in Aunt Vi's small apartment. The tensions found in most relationships are obvious between these two lovers, and Schreyer handles tha [...]

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    3. Entertaining!I received a copy of this book from Giveway and was happily surprised to discover this author. Although I didn't read any of the previous adventures of Thea Campbell, the references to any past events were explicit enough for me to have a general idea of the situation. The dialogue are often funny and the humorous tone of the whole book reminded me of Janet Evanovich's style in the Stephanie Plum series.It is a light-hearted read with attaching characters but with a thin plot line [...]

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    4. What to do about the skeleton they found under the rhododendron? And what to do when the skeleton disappears and people keep digging holes in the yard? Try to solve the murder, if it was a murder, but how could it be anything else? Put a hold on restoring the house because the police declare it a crime scene? Yeah, that too. Have a lot of trouble with close relatives. Definitely. Thea takes brief breaks with her horse, but even the horse is acting up. Spend the holidays with a friend and about 3 [...]

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    5. I just fell in love with this series recently and was thrilled to discover it. In addition to loving the characters, including Blackie, I appreciate being able to see the development in relationship from book to books. Every plot is unique and awesome; I sure didn't expect the way this on turned out! Loved it.

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    6. I've been reading Schreyer's books since the first one came out. Plot, pacing, and style are all well done and professional. Her characters really shine though, and the humor that comes through never fails to make me laugh out loud when reading. Just the title and cover of this one guaranteed I'd read it. And I wasn't disappointed. I'll be waiting for book #5.

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    7. An interesting mysteryAnother good mystery with a bit of the metaphysical to lend interest. The ongoing soap opera of the lives and loves of the characters is outdone by the mother who is still trying to control her daughter's lives well into their adult years.

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