Jane and David Cotton return to the small town in Alabama where they were born. Their plans are to rebuild the home and farm where Jane lived with her grandparents. They find the house ready to fall down with no water or electricity and the town almost deserted. As memories of her childhood return new people, friends or foe enter their life. Jane must figure out which ones are really friends, which are the drug dealers and who killed those people. She never dreamed this would be a part of their lives in this new endeavor they were embarking on. The theme of small town life in the 1950s against present time crime is explored in Memories and Murder.
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About the Author
Ms Wooten returned to the South after twenty-two years in Illinois. The beauty of the North Georgia Mountainsand the friendly people there has made her a devoted Georgian. She writes from her experience of living in the South as a child. After living in three states, her imagination finds mystery and humor in many places.