Bury Me When I'm Dead by Cheryl A. Head
Detroit Private Investigator, Charlene Mack, is courageous, compassionate and cunning. She also happens to be African-American. Paperback. Mystery.
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Bury Me When I'm Dead by Cheryl A. Head
Charlene “Charlie” Mack runs one of the most respected private investigation firms in Detroit. Not bad for a smart and savvy black woman struggling with her sexual orientation and a mother with early-onset Alzheimer’s.
When Charlie and her team of investigators head to Birmingham, Alabama, what should be a routine investigation turns into a complex chase for answers, a double murder, shady locals, and a southern patriarch with dark secrets dating back forty years. When Charlie is attacked on a quiet neighborhood street, the case suddenly becomes personal and potentially deadly.
It seems like everyone has a secret to hide, including Charlie.
Paperback. ISBN 978-1-61294-0-67-0
Cheryl A. Head is originally from Detroit, and now lives on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., where she navigates a successful career as a writer, television producer, filmmaker, broadcast executive and media funder.
Her interests are eclectic, but diversity themes are foundational in her writing. She regularly consults on a wide range of diversity issues.
When not writing fiction, Cheryl is a passionate blogger and user of Twitter.
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