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As we know from her many trips to the New York Times bestseller list, Miss Julia simply can't abide sitting idle. And with young Lloyd moving out and husband Sam off to the Holy Land, everybody's favorite steel magnolia is feeling restless. Maybe it's time for that long-delayed home makeover. But before Miss Julia can even pick a color swatch, Hazel Marie's new husband, private eye J.D. Pickens, goes missing—and police in West Virginia have detained an injured man fitting his description. Meanwhile, a religious cult is out to convert the locals—and Miss Julia must pick up the pace to free J.D. and get back in time to stop them.
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Plot loopholes abound, along with religious claptrap that allows the decorous heroine (Miss Julia Rocks the Cradle, 2011, etc.) to proselytize for her more temperate Presbyterian lifestyle.Read Full Review of Miss Julia to the Rescue: A ... | See more reviews from Kirkus
Those who like smiles with their crimes will be satisfied.Read Full Review of Miss Julia to the Rescue: A ... | See more reviews from Publishers Weekly
Nice wholesome books with just enough wackiness to give them a kick.Read Full Review of Miss Julia to the Rescue: A ...
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