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"I love the charming Southern small-town dynamic and all the drama it brings. And the supporting characters are a hoot!" --Caroline Fardig, USA Today Bestselling Author--This text refers to the paperback edition.
- File size : 2464 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 210 pages
- Publication date : May 26, 2020
- Publisher : Severn River Publishing (May 26, 2020)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B084SPSJPX
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #387,815 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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In the meantime, during a typical Georgia thunderstorm, lightning struck Henrietta’s home, leaving a gaping hole starting at the roof and stretching down to the ground. Since Henrietta couldn’t stay at her house, Bonnie graciously invited her to stay with her and her grandson, and all went well the first day. The next day, and the several that followed, however, were the start of round two for the Hatfields and McCoys. Henrietta complained Bonnie was a slave driver, and Bonnie argued Henrietta lived like a slob and threw Henrietta out. The bickering went on and on and got so bad that Lily and the group held an intervention for Bonnie and Henrietta. Did it work? Did they kiss and make up?
This was a fantastic read! The interpersonal relationship between the characters were outstanding. Bonnie and Henrietta are hilarious. The plot is interesting and has so many twists and turns that you are kept guessing until the very end. This book is full of humor, loving friendship, mystery and suspense. I highly recommend this book!
Lily keeps promising her husband, the sheriff, that she will stay out these things but then she goes and finds her potential client’s son standing over the client's dead body. Seriously, she cannot avoid these things. Foreclosure Fatality is just a bit darker than then previous books and I loved that too.
If you enjoy laugh out loud cozies with grit then this one is for you.
Lily’s closest circle of friends include her husband/Dylan, faithful canine/Bo, her BFF/Belle, and Belle’s boyfriend/Matthew (who also happens to be Dylan’s best friend). Included in her close circle of friends are six senior citizens that add a healthy dose of comedy and a bit of calamity to the story.
This whodunit was one I won’t soon forget. It really pulled and twisted my heart strings. I must stop writing about it now or I am liable to reveal a spoiler or two and that just won’t do!
Including the novellas, I have finished reading nine books in this series and I rate this story as the overall best. If you enjoy an exceptionally good, well-written whodunit peppered with romance and sprinkled with plenty of comedy on the side, then pick up this book to read today. It was a clean, fun, entertaining, and easy read.
I voluntarily wrote this honest review after the author gifted me with an ARC of the book. The expressed opinions are mine alone.
They had an appointment with Alice, her and her husband thought it best if they downsize and got a smaller place. Instead now murder, a son Buddy, saying it was his fault, if he had only come home sooner. The father was a truck driver, and unable to get in touch with him. Buddy scared that something happened to him, for no returned calls. A twisted plot and it was a domino effect, of one thing led to another, wanted to silence people.
Her stories brings in other people, which gives a humorous touch. As well as Dylan the sheriff, hoping his wife doesn’t get involved in another murder....Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion