Dixie Burns has done it again with “What If It’s True?”. Fans of her first novel, “Spit of A Minute”, will recognize the spot-on dialects, a strong sense of place, and colorful characters that make Mrs. Burns a budding master of Southern fiction. Clarissa Clooney, the mysterious divorcee from out-of-town, and Trig Foley, the local police chief, are imperfect heroes drawn together by their desire to help a group of small town girls before it’s too late. Equal parts love story and page-turning thriller, this Southern novel has more twists and turns than a backcountry road. But the truth is, Cedar Hill’s tale of romantic suspense, perversion, and corruption could take place in any small town
“This was a favorite book for me. I grew up in a small town, & it was like going home. Nosy neighbors, small town sheriff, corruption & lots of humor. A real page turner !! I highly recommend this book. Loved it !!”
“A mature, beautifully written novel, with a wonderfully diverse cast of characters that are real and not the standard southern stereotypes. The romance between the couple in their 50’s is clean, sensual and believable without being overtly sexual. The conclusion left me satisfied yet wishing for more. Please don’t miss a truly fascinating story.” — Ebony Diva 3
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You may have heard women over forty are more likely to be struck by lightning than by love? Aww, not so, my friends. Not so! 2015 was a big year for me. I’m getting Medicare and married! Along with all these changes, I’m taking a new name. There are so many “Linda’s” where I live that my friends started calling me “Dixie.” (I wonder why?) “Burns” is my love’s name. To find out more about him you might visit www.undertheliveoak.com !
“Spit of a Minute,” published almost two years ago and has exceeded all my expectations. I thank all of you who have read the book and bless your heart if you reviewed too! I listen to what you say. More than that, I’ve begun a sort of sequel to the characters in “Spit” and I’m excited to see what Queenie’s legacy will be.
Most recently, I’ve published a second novel titled, “What If It’s True?” This book came about as I was cleaning the kitchen counters. The TV was talking behind my back. The story of football coaches, locker rooms, and young boys was spilling into my thoughts. I thought how could anybody know this was going on and not do something? Which led me to ask myself if I’d ever heard a rumor, suspected anything, or had definite knowledge of something I should have pursued? I had. I heard a rumor. I dismissed it and hopefully, that is all it was. A rumor.
Still, I wonder. What If It’s True?