Mimosas, Mischief, and Murder by Sara Rosett
(Ellie Avery Mysteries)

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Organizational whiz Ellie Avery is prepared for everything, including a visit with her quirky in-laws. But a promising week sipping Alabama sweet tea sours when she learns her husband's Grandpa Franklin has passed away--and the police suspect very unnatural causes. Looking for motives among the mourners, Ellie gathers that quite a few relatives stood to profit from Franklin's passing. When a little more sleuthing reveals Franklin's mysterious ties to a legendary local author, another murder thickens the plot like a plateful of mud pie. While the grits cook slowly, Ellie needs to act fast if she wants to keep her untimely demise off what could be her last to-do list ever.

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"Charm, Southern sass, and suspense abound. . .delightful." --Fresh Fiction

"What fun is a funeral without a corpse? Ellie Avery steps into snooping mode, and not a moment too soon." --Kirkus Reviews

"An engaging young heroine." --Carolyn Hart

 

About Sara Rosett

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Born and raised in Amarillo, Texas, Sara Rosett has always loved to curl up with a good book. The wife of an Air Force pilot, she and her family moved ten times--giving her plenty of expertise to write her first Mom Zone mystery, Moving Is Murder. They are currently living in northern Virginia with their two children and two dogs.
 
Published June 5, 2012 by Kensington Books. 273 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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