Have you ever wondered what it would be like if obituaries told the truth? The people of a small town in Montana don’t have to wonder because they have Lizzy Langston, the secret obituary writer for the local newspaper. With information she receives at an anonymous email address, she produces mostly humorous, sometimes poignant, but always truthful obituaries that magically appear between sections A and B of the morning paper.
When several cryptic emails question the official details of a man’s death, Lizzy elicits the help of handsome detective Jackson Clark. Together, they travel halfway around the world to search for answers . . . and maybe even find love along the way.
With mystery, romance, and a hefty helping of humor, The Secret Obituary Writer will keep you entertained until the very last page
|Published||Walnut Springs 2016|
|Size||5.5 x 8.5|
Loved this book. Couldn't put down ! The obituaries are hilarious ! Wish someone would write a great obituary like these for me!
A fun and fast read with mystery, history, intrigue, and a touch of romance. Go on a great adventure with this must read novel.
I completely loved this book! It really has it all. The characters are so lifelike! The romance kept me wanting more. And, the historical ties gave it just the right amount of substance. The young and old alike will love this book!
If you're looking for humor, romance, and some clever plot twists--without the trash-- check out Amy Martinsen's The Secret Obituary Writer, full of small-town charm and fun! Hanging out with Lizzy Langston is a riot as she encounters the best and the funniest of her Cutlip townsfolk alongside handsome and enigmatic Jackson Clark. With some surprisingly heartrending moments, the story even takes us overseas to solve a decades-old mystery about a member of the Cutlip community. Most poignant though is the interwoven theme that our life experiences make us who we are--and to embrace it!