Dead Week (A Cassandra Sato Mystery)
by Kelly Brakenhoff
I enjoyed the story, which was a solid puzzle . . . I also appreciate the continuing concern with deaf rights and advocacy. The author’s sympathies are clear and well-presented.
~The Ninja Librarian
Ms. Brakenhoff gives readers a wonderfully detailed story featuring characters that are rich and unique.
~Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book
I did enjoy the mystery and totally fell for the red herrings. It’s a nice breath of fresh air . . . Perfect for cozy mystery fans, obviously, and those looking for something new in the genre especially.
~The Layaway Dragon
This is a different kind of cozy and I found it quite enjoyable . . . Brakenhoff has done a wonderful job of conveying the culture shock of a move to the midwest. I could instantly relate, though my own move was only from So. California.
~I Read What You Write
Kelly Brakenhoff has done it again, another brilliant book that keeps you guessing until the end!
~A Wytch’s Book Review Blog
Brakenhoff’s second installment in the Cassandra Sato mystery series is a welcome return to the college community she introduced readers to in Death by Dissertation.
~Book Club Librarian
Cassandra is a strong character, and she’s finding her way in her “new” life in Nebraska . . . I think you mystery fans will enjoy figuring out whodunnit (and why!) along with Cassandra in Dead Week.
~Christy’s Cozy Corners
It is very unusual to find good stories, if any, about Deaf culture. I could identify with many of the issues surrounding this group as I too am deaf. Because of that, I could not put the book down but even more so, the author wrote a good mystery!
~Reading Authors Network
About Dead Week
Dead Week (A Cassandra Sato Mystery)
2nd in Series
Setting – Nebraska
Publisher: Emerald Prairie Press (December 7, 2019)
Paperback: 322 pages
Digital ASIN: B07ZHN2SMS
Will Dead Week kill Cassandra’s career?
VP of Student Affairs Cassandra Sato has a desk full of problems and it’s not even Thanksgiving break.
A student’s injury and a deaf advocacy project brings national media attention to underfunded Morton College.
Cassandra’s new boss talks to her dead husband. Cassandra’s mentor thinks he’s a superhero in a senior citizen’s body. And Cassandra, recently moved from Hawai’i, can’t crack the code of what to wear during November in Nebraska.
Is there more to the Vietnam-era story of a student’s death? Cassandra’s search for the long-buried truth stirs up the wrath of those who want to keep the past forgotten.
About the Author
KELLY BRAKENHOFF is an American Sign Language Interpreter whose motivation for learning ASL began in high school when she wanted to converse with her deaf friends. Her first novel, Death by Dissertation, kicked off the Cassandra Sato Mystery Series. She also wrote Never Mind, first in a children’s picture book series featuring Duke the Deaf Dog. She serves on the Board of Editors for the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf publication, VIEWs. The mother of four young adults and two dogs, Kelly and her husband call Nebraska home.
Her first mystery, Death by Dissertation, released April 22, 2019.
Website – http://kellybrakenhoff.com/
Instagram – @kellybrak
GoodReads – https://www.goodreads.com/kellybrak
Purchase Link – Amazon
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