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Author: Jimmie Ruth Evans
ISBN13: 978-0425225608
Title: Leftover Dead (Trailer Park Mysteries (Berkley))
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Publisher: Berkley (January 6, 2009)

Leftover Dead (Trailer Park Mysteries (Berkley)) by Jimmie Ruth Evans



2009) (The fifth book in the Trailer Park Mysteries series) A novel by Jimmie Ruth Evans.

This is kind of a cold case storyline. Wanda Nell and Jack are now married.

com User, February 22, 2009. The "Trailer Park " mystery books are cute and sassy. I am always on the lookout for the next book. In this cozy, Wanda and Jack are newlyweds just enjoying their time together.

Berkley Prime Crime, (c)2009. Physical Description: 291 p. ;, 18 cm. Series Statement: Berkley Prime Crime mystery. Series Statement: A Berkley Prime Crime book. General Note: "A trailer park mystery" Cover. General Note: "Includes Kountry Kitchen recipes" Cover. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Leftover dead, Jimmie Ruth Evans.

Jimmie Ruth Evans (Author). Book 1 of 5 in the Trailer Park Mystery Series. Leftover Dead (Trailer Park Mysteries (Berkley)). Digging Up the Dirt (A Southern Ladies Mystery). Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0425203989. Product Dimensions: . x 1 x . inches. Shipping Weight: . ounces.

Jimmie Ruth Evans began the Trailer Park Mysteries series in 2005 with the novel Flamingo Fatale. The series concluded in 2008 after five novels with the book Leftover Dead.

Series: Trailer Park Mysteries. 1–5 of 5 ( show all ). Works (5). Titles. Flamingo Fatale by Jimmie Ruth Evans. 1. Murder Over Easy by Jimmie Ruth Evans. Leftover Dead by Jimmie Ruth Evans. 5. Series Information. Translate Series Title.

Trailer Park Mystery Series, Book 5 · Trailer Park Mystery. by Jimmie Ruth Evans. A Trailer Park Mystery ( Kountry Kitchen Southern cooking recipes included! Whatever happened to time off? Newly married Wanda Nell Culpepper is counting the minutes until her honeymoon with Jack. No work, no kids, nothing but Jack. A young woman's body is found on the Tullahoma County High School football field-and Wanda Nell and Jack begin to unwind a tangled trail of deceit. With some help from a retired schoolteacher, they uncover the prime suspect-who swears he's innocent.

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Waitress Wanda Nell Culpepper is barely hitched to her new husband, Jack, before the couple starts digging into an unsolved murder from thirty-one years ago. But a new death puts this cold case on the front burner.
Reviews: 7
LeXXXuS
I loved every book in this series, until this one. All the others were funny and interesting, and really great writing, both the dialogue and the mystery itself. Well written. So glad I read all the others before this one!
This was so incredibly boring, from beginning to end. It was as if someone other than the author actually wrote this one. So much prattle about " The car was hot inside. She rolled the window down and had to wait for the heat to escape. Jack said it was hot in the car, too. He rolled his window down also. She blotted her forehead with a Kleenex. She turned the air conditioner on higher, and turned the vent on herself. She said she couldn't believe how hot the car was. Jack said he couldn't believe how hot it was either"......ad nauseam. And don't get her started on putting ice cubes in a glass, or cooking lunch. Good grief! She and her new husband were so overly wrapped up in a disconnected mystery about who killed a poor young girl 30 years ago so Jack could write a book about it, then became so involved in zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Swing and a miss. I quit reading 3/4 of the way through and 6 weeks later made myself finish it during insomnia one night. Thank goodness this is over. Jimmie Ruth Evans, come back! I missed you this book.
Braned
I have so enjoyed this cozy series. I'm almost embarrassed to admit how much I always look forward to the next coming out. That being said, this one just wasn't up to par. Although more specifics will follow, this installment felt a little thrown together--not as polished as the previous stories in the series.

In book five of the Trailer Park mystery series, Wanda Nell and her new husband, Jack, look into a murder that occurred 31 years ago in Tullahoma. The victim, Jenna Rae Howell, was a very pretty young woman who lived and grew up in a city about 4 hours north of there. Her murder was never solved. As a matter of fact, there was obviously a cover up. Jack smells the makings of a book. The sleuthing begins...

Up until now, Wanda Nell Culpepper has been the perfect cozy protagonist--smart, stable, sassy, mouthy, independent, and a joy to be with. Now she is married to Jack Pemberton and, if this installment is any indication, the union isn't doing her any favors. She comes across as less independent--more in need of the man in her life to make things OK. Although I previously considered Wanda Nell Culpepper to be a terrific everyone's mom, Wanda Nell Pemberton comes across as more grandmotherly--weaker, less sure of herself.

In the previous books, the primary focus was always Wanda Nell, her kids, the Kountry Kitchen, and Mayrene. In LEFTOVER DEAD, it is Jack....and his wife. I missed the familiar backdrop of the Culpepper family unit, and unity, providing that (cozy, if you will) stabilizing force. It was that force that made me want to join in and be a part of. In this one, instead of giving us a chance to get used to Jack being one part of the larger picture, we are handed a totally different Kodak moment.

Will I read the next? Definitely. I prefer to think of this as just a bump along the road of rural cozydom. But next time, "Ms. Evans", please allow us some of our familiar turf.
Roram
The characters are what make this series. I liked how the mother/grandmother coped with her life and her family. I ordered the entire series although some were only available used.
fire dancer
The book is a nice read. It picks up some time after Wanda Nell got married. The premise of the book is set up early in the first chapter. While the usual investigating is nice to follow, Wanda Nell, the main character, is now regulated to a partner to her new husband. If anyone has read the previous books, Wanda Nell surely deserves the man she married and there is nothing wrong with him. He is quite a likable character. But the book comes off more like an episode of "Hart to Hart". (80's reference) Before she would be the strong-willed risk taker to solve the mystery. Now, she shares the sleuthing and, at times, letting her husband take the lead with which direction they would go. Wanda Nell's marriage was the best and worst thing that could have happened to her. How will the next book bring back the Wanda Nell we were used to while, at the same time, not relegate her husband as a weak, secondary character? Or will she stay "Jennifer Hart"?
Berenn
I had to read this book to keep up with the series. I like the characters. Way to go Ms. Evans!
Brakree
Love the series but this book was just okay
Everything was to pat and drawn out everybody was nice and perfect
Golkree
After picking up one of her books at a thrift store, I knew that I had to find out what other books she had written. She is so funny!
This entire series has a cast full of characters...you would not expect in a trailer park! The stories continue to develop characters and crimes. Sit back and enjoy the entire series. I can't wait for the next book to come out!