Down home funny! I'd like to see Womack, whom I've never heard of before, hit the best seller list. A light murder mystery, enjoyable.
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I chose this book for its setting, Nashville. It didn't do justice to the city, and the detective was unbelievably idiotic.
Some books hit you in the teeth with a hammer and you love it. This one is more like a dentist's drill -- there might be a good ending but you wish it would come faster. I confess, I only made it a few chapters before I figured I could make better use of my time; that said, I'll keep it in my library and someday when I'm on a long road trip and run out of anything else, I might reattempt it. Perhaps the pace picks up in later chapters.
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