A Fox with Earrings: What’s a little MURDER among friends?

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Nolan Chastain, a real estate agent, is three months into a consuming affair with Cass Tolley, a woman he’s known and been fascinated with for more than a decade. On Friday, after the first day of showing million dollar homes to a recently retired Air Force general and his wife, Nolan arrives at Cass’s home to find police cars and blue lights—Cass has been shot and killed.

Many had motive to kill her; far from virtuous, Cass had slept with most of the men she had ever known. Jealous spouses and men scorned headline the list. Nolan’s insatiable curiosity and desire to see justice inspires his compilation of suspects—ironically all friends. An exaggerated conversation concerning Krugerrands (Cass’ versions were always outrageous) tips the scales, but towards whom? How is the general involved? Which story does he believe? And what has the fox with earrings have to do with anything?

Praise for A Fox with Earrings:

Being from Georgia, I felt like I knew these people personally. A little desperate, a little quirky and a whole lot of strange, I had to keep turning pages to see who did it and how! — CJ Loiacono

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About the Author

Little’s published novels include: Parthian Shot, winner of the PEN-Hemingway award and a Playboy Book-of-the-Month Selection, (Viking Press in hardback/Ivy Press in paperback, 1975), In the Village of the Man (Viking-Penguin Press hardback, 1977), Smokehouse Jam, (Available Press, a division of Ballantine Books, 1989) and Roll On Sugaree (Author House, 2013). Published short stories: “Out With the Lions”, published in Free Fire Zone: Short Stories by Vietnam Vets (McGraw Hill, 1973) and “The Moon in June” (Playboy, March, 1977). Fragile Islands of Memories, a nonfiction picture book about the Hre Montagnards around Gia Vuc, a Special Forces camp where he served in 1965 (available at http://www.gia-vuc.com/loydsmemories.htm) A graduate of the University of North Carolina, he has taught creative writing at UNC-Chapel Hill and in the state’s community college system and has lectured at various literary events. He has been a critiquer of novels and short stories for more than twenty years for the N.C. Writers Network, as well as an active member of the Network. He was the editor/managing editor of four newspapers in North and South Carolina. www.loydlittle.weebly.com

 

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