Dead Wedding: Part II

Dead Wedding Part II The Brown Brothers Chad and Brad are two private investigators on the road looking for love adventure and a cure for Chad s terminal disease before it s too late But when they come across the smal

  • Title: Dead Wedding: Part II
  • Author: Paris L. Black
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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      Published :2020-03-26T11:43:36+00:00

    The Brown Brothers, Chad and Brad, are two private investigators on the road, looking for love, adventure and a cure for Chad s terminal disease before it s too late But when they come across the small town of Turtle, Texas, their lives will never be the same The night before the happy merger of the bride and groom of the two most influential families in West Texas, weThe Brown Brothers, Chad and Brad, are two private investigators on the road, looking for love, adventure and a cure for Chad s terminal disease before it s too late But when they come across the small town of Turtle, Texas, their lives will never be the same The night before the happy merger of the bride and groom of the two most influential families in West Texas, wedding bells turn to gunshots as post rehearsal dinner drinking goes terribly wrong, ending in a bloody massacre and the bride s mysterious disappearance Into the fray stumble Brad and Chad Brown, two private investigators with a live cover band as a cover It s up to the bumbling Brothers, one alive and one undead, to solve the mystery of the massacre, find the bride, save this town and themselves, before Chad or anyone else dies.

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    • Bree says:

      This is part II of III. I really enjoyed part I and this is even more exciting! It's so zany and funny, I am dying to know what is up with the dude being kept alive in the whorehouse and where this whole story is going. This is a pulpy whodunit with really fun, REAL characters who are so relatable. I imagine myself as each character I read, it's really spectacularly cinematic. (Rock Magnifier!?! YES!!!) This author is very lyrical and has a discernible, distinct rhythm. If I were a movie produce [...]

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