Who else read Bobbie Faye, the Southern answer to “that girl from Jersey”? An over the top hoot, Bobbie Faye was pure-tee fun to read. She never failed to pick me up and put a whopping grin on my face. And let’s be honest, shall we? We all know at least one of the characters in the series, and likely more than one.
Bobbie Faye was at the tip-top of my y’all have got to read this book recommend list when I worked in book stores, and even now, truth be told.
Well, T.M. Causey aka Toni McGee Causey (to separate the two genres) has branched out into the world of Southern Gothic. I adore Gothics and Southern Gothics, hang, it doesn’t get much better than that! That’s why I could barely contain my excitement when I discovered THE SAINTS OF THE LOST AND FOUND. Hope y’all are excited too and that, like me, you can hardly wait to read it. Also, y’all please stop back in a few days for Ms. Toni’s interview.
So, without further ado, Avery and THE SAINTS OF THE LOST AND FOUND.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Avery Broussard has the curse of seeing lost things (and make no mistake about it, it is a curse). Missing belongings and beloved pets, lost love, and loved ones—she sees it all. Long ago, that curse destroyed her own chance at true love, causing her to flee her Louisiana home, vowing never to return. She’s kept that promise too, until a phone call from her estranged grifter father forces her hand. Her big brother is dying, and she may be his last remaining hope.
Avery wants nothing more than to rescue her brother, but doing so pulls her into a labyrinth of lies and deceit rooted in her own lost love and her family’s twisted history. It doesn’t help that a little girl has gone missing, and the abduction is tied to a killer Avery failed to help the FBI catch. With no time to spare, Avery realizes her curse might well be the only thing she can trust. Is it too much to hope that she might save her brother and find the missing girl before she becomes the killer’s next victim?