Book Review: Way Down Upon A Suwanee Murder by Ane Mulligan

//Book Review: Way Down Upon A Suwanee Murder by Ane Mulligan

Book Review: Way Down Upon A Suwanee Murder by Ane Mulligan

A family feud is laid to rest when great-descendents of the original feuders marry.
Savannah and Jackson are descendants of both of the original feuding families; both are dead-ringers for their ancestors Eulah and Farris. During a tour of the old Mackey ancestral home (Savannah’s family) the pair uncover clues that lead to an exposition of the truth about Eulah and Farris and the bitter feud that began 150 years earlier. When all is said and done, they bring about a happy ending for all.

Great characters and a well-developed plot make this a terrific short story. A mere twenty-three pages but worth the rating:

Rating:  M M M M M

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