Title: A Brace of Bloodhounds
Author: Virginia Lanier
Publisher: HarperCollins, New York
Publication Date: 1997
Edition: First Edition
Book Condition: F
D-j Condition: F
Synopsis: Hard-boiled Georgia peach Jo Beth Siddon has a nose for trouble that rivals even the olfactory prowess of her beloved bloodhounds. This latest caper has her trying to dig up the dirt on what may be an insidious crime ring’s marijuana field. The problem is, one of her friends has unwittingly become involved in their shady dealings, and it’s up to Jo Beth to help her out of the mess. As if all this isn’t enough, Bubba, Jo Beth’s violent ex, is hounding her again, and Jo Beth knows that if he catches her, there will be hell to pay.
Wading knee-deep through this quagmire of danger and deceit, Jo Beth knows that her only hope lies not with the snub-nosed .32 revolver in her hand, but with the droopy-eared, drooling hounds at her feet. Man’s best friend is working for a woman now, and with the bloodhounds on the hunt, it’s a frantic chase at breakneck speed down a convoluted trail of clues that takes readers through the steaming swamps of the Okefenokee and holds them spellbound until the final bone-chilling finish.