Flair and Macavity Award-winner Deborah Adams' first novel, All The Great Pretenders, was nominated for the Agatha Award in 1993. Since that time, Adams has earned a reputation among readers, critics, and booksellers as a talented author who consistently produces a more compelling story with each new novel.
A seventh-generation Tennessean, Adams brings to her work an appreciation for the lore and traditions of the South. Combining her sharply perceptive observations of human nature with a mature and biting wit, she creates satirical novels that gently tweak the reader's conscience while mercilessly tickling the funny bone.
Bubba is a discarnate entity, which means he used to be flesh and blood, but now he's dead. Hunting accident. I guess deer stands and beer don't mix. Anyway, he learned a whole lot during his time on this plane and his wisdom has been honed during his service in the spirit world.
A collection of short fiction by the author of the Jesus Creek mystery novels, Kudzu and Corpses carries readers from the North Pole where Santa's mid-life crisis leads to murder and into the bowels of Hell where someone is killing the dead all over again.