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Sweet and Deadly Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 1 Summary

Charlaine Harris
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Chapter 1 Summary

Sweet and Deadly is the first novel by mystery writer Charlaine Harris. It is a novel of secrets and murder with a little romance thrown in for good measure. The heroine of the novel, Catherine Linton, is in the depth of depression after the loss of her parents. On an innocent afternoon excursion, Catherine finds the dead body of a family friend, an event that drags her from her self imposed isolation. Catherine is convinced the death of this woman is connected to the deaths of her parents and she is determined to find the culprit. Sweet and Deadly is a mystery full of Southern charm that will delight readers of all ages.

Catherine drives out to some land her family owns on the outskirts of town so that she can shoot her gun. Catherine pulls into a little driveway in front of dilapidated shack that is...

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