A Cherry Tucker Mystery #4
The curtain rises on Cherry Tucker’s debut as a high school set designer at the posh Peerless Day Academy. Cherry’s been hired for an adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, but the drama director is hoping Cherry can also turn the spotlight on a malicious social media bully who’s sending poisonous texts to the faculty. The director’s got his own drama to hide, and the phantom texter seems eager to spill school secrets. When the principal’s secretary commits suicide, Cherry suspects foul play.
With Deputy Luke Harper ready to return as Cherry’s leading man, he’s eager to assist in finding the phantom culprit, but Cherry fears family secrets offstage may doom them to the role as star-crossed lovers. With the bully waiting for a murderous encore and her own family skeletons to hide, Cherry scrambles to find her brother and the mysterious texter before the phantom decides its curtains for Cherry and forces her to take a final bow. With the bully waiting for a murderous encore and her own family skeletons to hide, Cherry scrambles to find her brother and the mysterious texter before the phantom decides its curtains for Cherry and forces her to take a final bow.
$15.95 (msrp) Trade Paperback — ISBN-13: 9781940976181
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Praise for DEATH IN PERSPECTIVE
“Death in Perspective is one fasten-your-seatbelt, pedal-to-the-metal mystery, and Cherry Tucker is the perfect sleuth to have behind the wheel. Smart, feisty, as tough as she is tender, Cherry’s got justice in her crosshairs, and Death in Perspective is an accomplished addition to this winning series.” – Tina Whittle, Author of the Tai Randolph Mysteries
“Anyone who likes humorous mysteries will also enjoy local author Larissa Reinhart, who captures small town Georgia in the laugh-out-loud escapades of struggling artist Cherry Tucker.” – Fayette Woman Magazine
“I love this book… I had a hard time putting Death in Perspective down. In fact, I stayed up late to finish it; it’s that good!…I recommend Death in Perspective to all cozy mystery fans, especially those who like “hick lit” (the author’s term — I love it!) books with strong, sassy heroines and quirky characters.” – Jane Reads
"The perfect blend of funny, intriguing, and sexy! Another must-read masterpiece from the hilarious Cherry Tucker Mystery Series." -- Ann Charles, Bestselling Author of the Deadwood and Jackrabbit Junction Mystery Series.
“Cherry’s efforts to unmask the phantom cyberbully disclose a complex web of puzzles, and her efforts are exacerbated by her own personal romantic and family problems, which are woven into the story. But, as in the author’s previous mysteries, Cherry’s feistiness rises to the challenge, which produces another interesting and exciting and often wacky story, which entitles Cherry Tucker to be admitted to the Order of Steel Magnolias!” – Southside Book Reviews
“Loved it! I feel I might have dated Cherry Tucker once, she’s that real; she’s also funny, tough, and brilliant. Now she’s even involved in theatre—maybe that’s where we met.” – Phillip DePoy, Edgar Award Winning Author
“Reinhart succeeds in mixing laughter with the serious topic of cyber-bully through blogs and texts, all the while developing a chemistry between Cherry and Luke that absolutely sizzles.” – Kings River Life Magazine
“Cherry is a quirky spitfire who lights the match that sets her little town on fire. With a laugh here and a laugh there, I enjoyed this whodunit and I’m eager to see what happens next in the adventures of Cherry Tucker.” – Dru’s Book Musings
“Artist and accidental detective Cherry Tucker goes back to high school and finds plenty of trouble and skeletons…Reinhart’s charming, sweet-tea flavored series keeps getting better!” – Gretchen Archer, USA Today Bestselling Author of the Davis Way Crime Caper Series