October, 2011: Normally I avoid books that have any sort of religion in them, but Gordon's Lonnie Squires Mysteries are so well written and inhabited by such a kooky and crazy cast of characters, they're hard to resist. I couldn't help but be drawn into Lonnie's determination to stand up to Star and her unjust laws, so much so, that I could feel myself getting angry and wanting to make my own protest... Ditched is a wonderful third book in the Lonnie Squires Mysteries and I'm definitely looking forward to the next one in the series. - Jodie Atchison
October, 2011: ...Once, again, the amateur sleuth gets into more trouble than she's bargained for and almost loses it entirely -- all over her dog, Linus, and Star's newly resurrected "laws," which Lonnie sees as no more than a political stunt to help Star's upcoming election... The loveable character Reverend Lonnie Squires struggles with her faith, with her sometimes bigoted, mostly conservative neighbors and parishioners, and with her own longings to find someone to care deeply for, in spite of her position deeply in the closet. Perhaps the Reverend Squires is endearing precisely because of her struggles and her flaws. She is very human after all. - Anna FurtadoLambda Literary Awards
Whacked (Book 1): Winner, Best Lesbian Mystery
Toasted (Book 2): Finalist, Best Lesbian Mystery
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