But Cage Gets it Right! Dead Wrong by Stacy Green

Posted March 24, 2015 by Jonetta in Book Review | | 2 Comments

I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

But Cage Gets it Right! Dead Wrong by Stacy GreenDead Wrong by Stacy Green
Series: Delta Detectives #2
Published by Self Published on January 25, 2015
Genres: Mystery, Suspense
Pages: 101
Format: eARC
Source: Author
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A nightmare begins for Cage Foster when a woman is found dead in Adams County’s historical cemetery. The main suspect is Cage’s mother, whose advancing Alzheimer’s may have caused her to lose control and cause a terrible accident.

As Cage tries to figure out exactly what happened in the old graveyard, trace evidence against his mother mounts. But Cage doesn’t trust the victim’s husband and is determined to prove his mother was in the wrong place at the wrong time.

The county attorney is under pressure to close the case during the all important tourist season, and time is running out. With the help of medical examiner Summer Jordan, Cage casts his net and prays he can catch the real killer. Will Cage uncover the truth proving his mother’s innocence before it’s too late? Or is Cage dead wrong?

Full of twists and turns, Dead Wrong is an exciting small town mystery featuring police hero Cage Foster.


These short stories simply rock!

Criminal Investigator Cage Foster finds himself in deep conflict when his mother, who’s suffering from Alzheimer’s, is found bloodied and wandering the streets. The problem is the blood’s not hers and when the body of a dead woman is found nearby, Lorelei Foster becomes the prime suspect.

Cage’s cop instincts tell him all is not what it seems as he navigates from the sidelines. The story moves rapidly but doesn’t sacrifice the strong plot or characterizations. It was fun following the procedural aspects, which helped me make the right deductions.

I’m loving these short stories, written nimbly around my favorite characters. They’re incredibly interesting and I read this in one sitting…didn’t want to put the book down.

About Stacy Green

Stacy Green writes psychological suspense with a dash of romance. The first book in Stacy’s Delta Crossroads Trilogy, TIN GOD, was a finalist in The Kindle Book Review Best Books of 2013 for Mystery/Suspense.

Born in Indiana and raised in Iowa, Stacy earned degrees in journalism and sociology from Drake University.

After a successful advertising career, Stacy became a proud stay-at-home mom to her miracle child. Now a full-time author, Stacy juggles her time between her demanding characters and supportive family.

She loves reading, cooking, and the occasional gardening excursion. Stacy lives in Marion, Iowa with her husband Rob, their daughter Grace, and the family’s three obnoxious but lovable canine children.

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2 responses to “But Cage Gets it Right! Dead Wrong by Stacy Green

  1. I keeping my eye on all this suspenseful goodies you are finding 🙂
    Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I think I reached my limit with the millionaire’s stories, none of them has blown me away, and I’m dying to feel like that..lol

    • Jonetta (Ejaygirl)

      Left to my own devices, I’d read only mystery/suspense and romantic suspense. Stacy is an auto-read author for me. She’s a very good writer and storyteller.