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Teresa Trent
Teresa Trent writes her Pecan Bayou Mystery Series from Houston, Texas. With a father in the army, her family moved often finally settling in Colorado. Living in Texas for the last 18 years she loves the people and even the weather. Teresa includes Danny, a character with Down Syndrome in her... show more

Teresa Trent writes her Pecan Bayou Mystery Series from Houston, Texas. With a father in the army, her family moved often finally settling in Colorado. Living in Texas for the last 18 years she loves the people and even the weather. Teresa includes Danny, a character with Down Syndrome in her Pecan Bayou family and in real life is the mother of an adult son with Down Syndrome/PDD. Creating the character of Danny and all of the other inhabitants of Pecan Bayou has been a joy for her. Even though she lives in the big city, her writing is influenced by all of the interesting people she finds in small towns and the sense of family that is woven through them all.
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I Read What You Write
I Read What You Write rated it 4 years ago
What could be better than a Cozy Mystery? How about 13 of them. Happy Homicides 2 is a lively, funny, and endearing, just a touch of dark side, set of short stories with a Valentine twist. They will delight the Cozy reader. Many stories offer new episodes for existing series characters and as I don’...
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sherrysniderfundin rated it 4 years ago
Happy Homicides – Crimes of the Heart – Valentine’s Day Mysteries By – Joanna Campbell Slan, Teresa Trent, Neil Plakcy, Elaine Viets, Annie Adams, Camille Minichino, Kathi Daley, Nancy Jill Thames, Linda Gordon Hengerer, Carolyn Haines, Randy Rawls, Anna Celeste Burke, and Maggie Toussaint Each mys...
loribonesscaswell
loribonesscaswell rated it 5 years ago
Dollycas’s ThoughtsBeing the first book in the series the author not only has to give us a mystery but also introduce us to the characters and give us a feel for the time and place. Teresa Trent does a great job at this.The place happens to be the abandoned Johnson Tuberculosis Hospital which would...
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