By Tammy Partlow
Chloe Parker dutifully fills her role as the daughter of an absentee father who demands her loyalty to his ranch nestled high in the Rockies. Even with an immense love for the mountains, Chloe knows she doesn’t belong. When an opportunity comes for her to meet family in the deep South for the first time, she decides she has to go.
Drawn into a forty-year cold case of a dead grandfather she never met, Chloe comes to the aid of her frail grandmother to prove what really happened in the deep woods of Mississippi. Long-buried, unimaginable secrets surface at an abandoned homestead. Can Chloe find justice for the spilled blood of her grandfather before a killer goes free forever?
Tammy Partlow’s book is a haunting narrative where the unquiet past reaches across four decades for justice. Perfectly atmospheric and charismatically character-driven, Partlow’s storytelling will leave readers simultaneously charmed and bone-chilled. View a synopsis of “Blood Beneath The Pines” on YouTube. Consumers can purchase “Blood Beneath The Pines” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
Nov. 7, 2020
COGOP Ladies’ Retreat • Casper, WY
I will be speaking at the NW territory Ladies’ Retreat in Casper, WY on Nov 7, 2020.
COGOP Ladies' Retreat • Billings, MT
I will be speaking at the NW Territory Ladies’ Retreat in Billings, MT on Sept 12, 2020. The theme for the retreat is Dry Bones.
Kelly Savery carries the guilt of her best friend’s death deep in her heart. For two years she’s questioned why she continues to live while Sophie had such a promising future. She ponders if she really is a bad person like Sophie Dixon’s family claimed or was it a pure accident.
Kelly retreats to a log cabin in Wyoming far away from the slander of her hometown. But as life seems to settle into a new normal, she learns hate isn’t far behind her.
Daker Dixon is coming!
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