The Wrong Hill to Die on

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$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Poisoned Pen Press
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Pages
336
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.4 X 0.9 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781464200465

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About the Author

Donis Casey is the author of six Alafair Tucker Mysteries. Her series, set in Oklahoma during the booming 1910s and featuring the sleuthing mother of ten children, has twice won the Arizona Book Award and has been a finalist for the Willa Award and the Oklahoma Book Award. Her first novel, The Old Buzzard Had It Coming, was named an Oklahoma Centennial Book. Donis was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and now lives with her husband, poet Donald Koozer, in Tempe, AZ

Readers can enjoy the first chapter of each book on her web site at www.doniscasey.com. Casey blogs each Saturday about mystery writing at www.typem4murder.blogspot.com, and about food and mysteries at www.fatalfoodies.blogspot.com.

Reviews

2003 Oklahoma Writers Federation: Best Unpublished Novel (Mystery/Susp), 2007 Arizona Book Award: Best Mystery/Suspense Novel, 2005 Oklahoma Book Award Finalist, 2005 Benjamin Franklin Award Nominee, & 2006 Oklahoma Reads Oklahoma Finalist for "The Old Buzzard Had it Coming"
2008 Arizona Book Award: Best Mystery/Suspense Novel, & 2008 Oklahoma Book Award Finalist for "Drop Edge of Yonder"
2010 Oklahoma Book Award, & 2010 WILLA Award, Historical Fiction for "Sky Took Him"
"Alafair's sixth (The Sky Took Him, 2009, etc.) will appeal to history buffs and Hillerman aficionados." -"Kirkus Review for Crying Blood"
"Powerful as a blue norther sweeping across the Creek Nation, Crying Blood is a gripping entry in Donis Casey's superb Alafair Tucker series. Casey depicts family ties that uplift and support and family ties broken by anger in a poignant, lyrical, authentic novel of early day Oklahoma.""--Carolyn Hart"