Lisa Turner’s “A Little Death in Dixie” is a rapid fire, page turner… A novel that I enjoyed greatly. Set in Memphis, Tennessee, the author does a wonderful job incorporating this historical city, which in many in many ways is a throwback to the old south, and a memorial to Elvis. The characters, and there are many, are developed over the course of the book which adds greatly to the suspenseful nature of the novel. The writing is clear and lucid, at times almost poetic, especially when she describes the powerful Mississippi River, which in a sense is also a character in the book. The plot and storyline are full of surprises, and the author tackles some very difficult and troubling issues, such as child pornography. I truly enjoyed this book, and never once did it lack in excitement.41+0Bkv0J8L._SX264_BO1,204,203,200_

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