Constancy Grace Stafford, fed up with murder, dreams of living a normal, peaceful life. But death at a music show, the clammy darkness of an unmapped Ozarks cave system, and a desperate fiddler's lament threaten to destroy that dream--and the two most precious people in her life.
What They Are Saying About Fiddler’s Lament
D.H. Parker's Fiddler's Lament is everything you could wish for in a cozy mystery! Parker's characters are likeable and believable. Her setting is fun, adding an extra dimension of enjoyment to the story. Put that all together with a well-thought-out plot, and it's a big dose of good entertainment.
Christine Lynxwiler, Jan Reynolds,
and Sandy Gaskin, of authors Alibis in Arkansas
Ladies speaker and author
Fiddler’s Lament is the continuation of D. H. Parker’s first two stories, but it easily stands alone. I was instantly engaged in the story line and I had to keep reading to find out what would happen next. An expert in dialog, the story completely comes to life. Don’t miss Fiddler’s Lament or any of D. H. Parker’s books.
Laura V. Hilton,
book reviewer, and author of Hot Chocolate