By Phillip DePoy
On the marshy shores of the Georgia coast, locals tell the story of a mythical woman who appeared from the sea and the gentle twin brothers who’d do anything for her.
But when the twins mysteriously disappear and the woman’s husband turns up dead, mystic detective Flap Tucker is called in to investigate.
Paying a visit to J.D. Turner, distraught father of the missing boys, he notices their mute Aunt Ida trying to signal something in code to him. Becoming suspicious when JD attempts to stop her, Flap digs further into the family and enters a world of gnarled kinships, family secrets, drugs and dirty money – and more murders. Now the Zen private eye is pursuing a story stranger than fiction, a killer closer than he thinks, and some dangerous ghosts of his own…
Will he be able to solve the mystery before the killer strikes again? Too Easy is the second instalment in Philip DePoy’s offbeat mystery series.
Phillip DePoy is an American playwright, poet, and author.