Kudzu Murders: A Jesse Statham Mystery

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iUniverse, Mar 1, 2002 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Horse sleuth, Jesse Statham and her lovable, but suicidal dog Barney, tackle the hardest case Jesse has yet to encounter. Jesse moves like a steamroller around the rich and infamous when she goes into a cult to get the killers of Spanner, one of the horses she insured. Naturally, dead bodies began piling up as this hormonally-challenged detective breaks all the rules to capture Spanner's killer.

Along for the ride is Tommy, her live-in Chinese cook who leaves death threats in her fortune cookies. Tommy, determined to be an Elvis impersonator, is occupied with the arrival of his anti-social aunt. Kudzu Murders is an instant cure for depression as you will laugh your way through Jesse's attempt to find the horse's killer and get rid of the cult before they get rid of her.


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Hogue was a horse trainer for twenty years and past president of Georgia's largest writing group. She is currently in the process of becoming a licensed private investigator.

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