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Digging Up The Dead – Review

Ever since a royal scandal caused gossip reporter Tosca Trevant to get booted out of London, she has been scrambling to discover the investigative story that will get her assigned to a more legitimate British news outlet. A huge fan of classical noir mysteries, Tosca is thrilled to discover that California’s Isabel Island, where she is temporarily living with her professional race car driving daughter, is also the home of the granddaughter of one of Tosca’s favorite authors. Karma Sanderson is hosting a party commemorating the forty-third anniversary of the death of Fuller Sanderson, and Tosca is...

Amazon – Christopher Lynch

5 of 5 stars Read in April, 2014 Brasoberys!! Or, Cornish for “magnificent!” Jill Amadio has created a new character for us to fall in love with, the cantankerous, irrepressible Tosca Trevant. Tosca is a take no prisoners, exiled British journalist who is like a fish out of water in sunny So Cal. Along the way she manages to get caught up in not one, but TWO murders, give the local police fits with her meddling, and embarrass her race car driving daughter with her stubborn tenacity. A delightful romp that gives readers a new reason to fall in love with the cozy mystery genre all over...

Amazon – Marty

This review is from: Digging Too Deep (Tosca Trevant Mysteries Book 1) (Kindle Edition) I loved this book; it kept my interest from beginning to end. Met the author who is a delightful person as well.

Amazon – adigest

This review is from: Digging Too Deep (Tosca Trevant Mysteries Book 1) (Kindle Edition) You never know what you’re going to find in the pages of a first-time mystery writer, but Jill Amadio rolled out a plot and characterizations as if it was her tenth.

Tosca Trevant, a British tabloid columnist is escaping the wrath of the Royal Family at her daughter’s house in Southern California when she digs too deeply into a neighbor’s business and discovers murder. Amadio clues are musical, historical and numismatic all washed down with Trevant’s homemade mead.

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Amazon – W. Johnston “w_johnston” (CA)

This review is from: Digging Too Deep (Paperback) The other reviews capture the story well. So I will highlight a different dimension. You will learn a lot of things as you read all of the expertise interwoven into the story.

It is a rich collection of very interesting facts and explanations. And you learn all these without realizing how much you have learned until you realize that these experts are all channeled through one author. Jill Amadio must have done a great deal of research to bring together so much expertise. And she certainly packaged it in a way that you learn without realizing how much...

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