Review: IN DEEP VOODOO by STEPHANIE BONDAuthor: Stephanie Bond
Title: In Deep Voodoo
Publisher: Harper Collins
Pages: 384
Release Date: 2005-10-01
Start With Bad Mojo . . . There's something strange afoot in the small town of Mojo, Louisiana. Yet even as the annual voodoo festival gets underway, Penny Francisco, who runs a health food business, refuses to believe in black magic. Her mind is on celebrating her divorce from her lying, cheating husband Deke. Add a Pinprick of Revenge . . . Fueled by run-ins with her ex-mother-in-law and Deke's busty mistress, Penny is eager for the "emancipation party" her friends plan. When she receives a Deke voodoo doll as a gag gift, she sticks it with a pin as a joke. But when Deke winds up fatally stabbed, the police aren't laughing.

And Watch Things Boil Over . . .

A junk-food junkie P.I. offers his services, and although Penny is wary of the sexy Cajun's motives (and his diet), she's desperate. Dodging a media sideshow and a looming murder rap, Penny realizes that somehow she's landed herself "In Deep Voodoo,"
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In Deep Voodoo by Stephanie Bond (2005, Avon Books) is a hard-to-put down mystery/romantic suspense about a woman who is falsely accused of killing her man-slut ex-husband. A sexy, Cajun, private investigator helps her clear her name while he searches for two women gone missing in the area.

The story is intricate, thrilling, and cohesive.

I can’t say anything negative about this book, except, maybe, that it would have been nice to know if there really was some supernatural or paranormal influence. That particular mystery is left open.

Perhaps the next book gives the answers I’m looking for. I’ll have to wait to find out until I get a chance to read the next one.

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