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Graveyard Fields by Steven Tingle
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Aug 10, 2021 | ISBN 9781643856865

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Praise for Graveyard Fields:
“Tingle deftly evokes a very particular sense of place.”
Kirkus Reviews

“Cleverly crafted and original … the kind of private eye mystery blended with police procedural elements that makes for blockbuster movies.”
Midwest Book Review

“Lovely North Carolina scenery, plenty of good beer and classic rock ‘n roll, and a hell of a fun and clever mystery to follow, Graveyard Fields is right down my alley. If you don’t have a blast reading this book, I really can’t help you.”
—Ace Atkins, New York Times Bestselling author of the Quinn Colson crime novels

“Steven Tingle’s debut novel, Graveyard Fields, is a noteworthy, not to be missed summer read. His flawed, but still likeable protagonist, Davis Reed, narrates and moves the story with wit and pedal to the metal.”
—David Swinson, bestselling author of The Second Girl and City on the Edge

“Steven Tingle possesses a smooth and lyrical cadence that will keep you rolling through the pages of Graveyard Fields like a pick-up joyriding across the North Carolina landscape. This is a gripping read, both energetic and thoughtful, and will carry you deep into the night.”
—Michael Farris Smith, author of Nick and Blackwood

Graveyard Fields starts with a bang then reels you into its foggy aftermath: the day-to-day ennui of Davis Reed, a Xanax-numbed ex-PI-turned-aspiring-writer-in-hiding. Reed’s self-deprecating humor, eviscerating descriptions, and punchy jabs of dialogue are so quotable they may as well be trademarked. When Reed’s small, nagging fixations finally catapult readers into a surreal, hilarious crime novel, the result seizes the breath between wheezes of laughter. Graveyard Fields is a smart, redemptive, and cackle-provoking debut.
—Chris Harding Thornton, author of Pickard County Atlas

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