©2004 Deborah A. Estleman; (P)2007 Books in Motion
I have been watching for this book. My very first memories are of my Dad's 1947 Ford Woody.
Each chapter starts with a quote from the old Berma Shave road signs. I love those old signs. I remember one that was quoted, This will never come to pass, A backseat driver out of gas...Berma Shave. This sign group was right down the road from where I now live.
The story is about a Woody owner tracking down some old family history and solving the murders of the "Four on the Floor" bodies found in the restoration shop where his Woody was being restored. It has a few twists and turns that were not expected.
This was an easy listen!
This was a first for this author. I thought it was light and fun. Good characters, well written didn't know whodunit til the end.
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