The Devil's Courthouse

A Southern Thriller

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Reply Lawrence
7:46 PM on August 5, 2012 
Thanks Lois!


Lois Ottman says...
I bought The Devil's Courthouse at Bearmeat's Indian Den in Cherokee, NC on the Memorial Day weekend. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a good mystery/thriller. It is a great book! My husband and I have hiked to the Devil's Courthouse and to Graveyard Fields. This book really scared me and made me think that I am glad that we had our dog with us when we were hiking in these areas. My husband is reading this book now and is totally enjoying it. Can't wait to read your next book.
Reply Lois Ottman
1:56 PM on August 4, 2012 
I bought The Devil's Courthouse at Bearmeat's Indian Den in Cherokee, NC on the Memorial Day weekend. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a good mystery/thriller. It is a great book! My husband and I have hiked to the Devil's Courthouse and to Graveyard Fields. This book really scared me and made me think that I am glad that we had our dog with us when we were hiking in these areas. My husband is reading this book now and is totally enjoying it. Can't wait to read your next book.
Reply Lawrence
5:43 PM on August 7, 2011 
Judy Salyer says...
Bought your book at Bearmeats yesterday, August 6, 2011. I read last night until I couldn't keep my eyes open. I couldn't wait to get up and finish it today. I loved the book and am looking forward to your next one. I live in SW Virginia and visit Cherokee NC often. Thanks, Judy


Thanks for responding, Judy. I am so happy you enjoyed it. Please help us spread the word. Thanks again!

Lawrence
Reply Judy Salyer
2:53 PM on August 7, 2011 
Bought your book at Bearmeats yesterday, August 6, 2011. I read last night until I couldn't keep my eyes open. I couldn't wait to get up and finish it today. I loved the book and am looking forward to your next one. I live in SW Virginia and visit Cherokee NC often. Thanks, Judy
Reply Lawrence
7:13 AM on April 18, 2011 
Whitney Hutchinson says...
Hello, Im sure you may not remember me but I was the extreamly curly haired woman who met you at the orangeburg mall a couple months back and said authors were my rockstars. After speaking to you and reading your book I just had to find someway to reach you and let you know that your book was amazeing. My boyfriend who has a long comute in the morning has me read him 3 passages every morning and together we both just couldent get enough. As someone comeing from an indian background it was wonderful to see such an acurate portrait of the people and their land as well as an amazeinf repersentation of the lore. Truely MAGNIFICENT! I eagerly await your next book with wolf like hunger.

yours in the written word
Whitney H


Whitney,

Thank you for posting. And, yes, I do remember you from that book signing. So glad you and your boyfriend enjoyed it. We hope to have the second novel out by the end of the year. I will let you know. Thanks again!

Lawrence
Reply Whitney Hutchinson
2:15 AM on April 16, 2011 
Hello, Im sure you may not remember me but I was the extreamly curly haired woman who met you at the orangeburg mall a couple months back and said authors were my rockstars. After speaking to you and reading your book I just had to find someway to reach you and let you know that your book was amazeing. My boyfriend who has a long comute in the morning has me read him 3 passages every morning and together we both just couldent get enough. As someone comeing from an indian background it was wonderful to see such an acurate portrait of the people and their land as well as an amazeinf repersentation of the lore. Truely MAGNIFICENT! I eagerly await your next book with wolf like hunger.

yours in the written word
Whitney H
Reply Lawrence
10:04 PM on January 28, 2011 
Rachel Pasley says...
david smith from Bearmeat Indian Den in Cheerokee told me I had to read your book no exceptions and I"m glad iI bought the book , friends of mine are waiting inline to read my copy. I would love for you to have a book signing at Davids store


Rachel,

Thanks for reading! So glad you enjoyed it. David is a great person and even a better friend. We hope to get back to Cherokee in the spring. Hope to meet you then. Thanks again!
Reply Rachel Pasley
9:48 PM on January 28, 2011 
david smith from Bearmeat Indian Den in Cheerokee told me I had to read your book no exceptions and I"m glad iI bought the book , friends of mine are waiting inline to read my copy. I would love for you to have a book signing at Davids store
Reply Lawrence
8:54 AM on December 24, 2010 
Judy Evans says...
I loved your book. I read lots of mysteries and this one met all my expectations. I actually prefer audio books, but I couldn't put this one down once I started reading it. My husband and I hike on the Appalachian Trail with friends from Orangeburg and Manning. Your descriptions made me feel like I was in the mountains.


Thanks, Judy. So happy you enjoyed it!