- Publisher: Amazon
- Available in: Kindle, Paperback
- Published: June 26, 2021
When Robin Pearce came home to River Sutton, West Virginia for her little sister’s wedding, she knew she’d run into old classmates, but not with her car.
Robin cut her small town roots in West Virginia and moved from the country to the big city to climb the corporate ladder as a web traffic analyst. She’s a little nervous about seeing folks from high school.
Slipping back into small town ways is as uncomfortable for Robin as trying to squeeze into a bodycon dress. But with plenty of coffee and her own car karaoke, her confidence is high about her homecoming. Until a bleeding man stumbles into the road. Right in front of her car.
Although Robin tries desperately to save him, he dies in her arms, gasping his final words to her. She vows to carry his message to whoever it’s intended for. As soon as she figures out who that is.
She teams up with hunky Sheriff Chris Payne, the former high school star quarterback, to track down the murderer. He warns her to leave the sleuthing to him, but when he arrests her childhood friend, it’s up to her to use her computer skills to find the evidence that will clear her.
Between dress fittings, menu planning, favor making, ceremony planning, the wedding rehearsal, and dealing with her sister, Robin tries to catch a killer. Will she track down the murderer before her sister walks down the aisle to marry her wife-to-be?
Praise for Roadside Homicide
A little gem! The storytelling is reminiscent of Sharyn McCrumb or Charlaine Harris – an easy, entertaining read that unfolds at a rapid pace. A story so engaging that I missed a fair amount of sleep so I could read “just one more chapter.” The town and the characters are well crafted, relatable and entertaining. And it’s refreshing to see rural people – Appalachians no less – depicted as real people and not just rubes and hillbillies. I can’t wait to find out what happens next to the residents of River Sutton. Next book, please! – Krista M. (Amazon)
What a treat to read this new book. I loved the small town dynamics and interactions. The plot is very unique and even with multiple characters and a few different plots, nothing gets lost or minimized. I cannot wait until the next in this series. Also, the author has prequel out for this series titled A Shoulder to Die On. Again it is a fun read. I’m a little jealous of how much these sisters love each other. – Anne (Goodreads)
Nancy has a light, easy to read style that is entertaining and moves right along. Her characters are so believable you think you know them. The plot pulls you in and you have a hard time putting it down. I enjoyed this book very much. – Susannah B. (Amazon)