WORK TO DO
- Ficha técnica
- BOB ZEANAH
Sugar Bear Jackson, The First College -Educated Sheriff In Romulus, Alabama, Has Two Murders To Solve And A Town Full Of Voters To Keep Happy.
Sugar Bear must solve the murder of the town drunk and wife-abuser, Burl Campbell, who is found dead on the day his ex-wife just happens to arrive back in town. She is in the middle of a romance that makes it look like the usual story until it is discovered that her new love has been sending monthly checks to the deceased. Complications arise for Sugar Bear and his team including false confessions, an annoying psychic, enticing offers for early retirement, a woman from the sheriff's past, and even another murder before it is all sorted.
"I devoured it in one greedy gulp, and eagerly anticipate many more Sugar Bear Mysteries to come."-Cassandra King, author of The Same Sweet Girls Guide to Life.
"...riveting, a page-turner in the classic and literal sense. You care about Bob Zeanah's characters, from the moment you meet the winsome Kelci and taste one of Sistah's pies and hear a sheriff called Sugar Bear in political mode..."-Rheta Grimsley Johnson, author of Enchanted Evening Barbie and the Second Coming.
"Work to Do is Bob Zeanah's lively debut mystery set in the modern deep South, where anyone could be a cousin... or a murderer... a book that will keep you guessing and entertained until the end. Then you'll be saying: bring us more Sugar Bear!"-Lynn York, author of The Sweet Life.