Thus far Meg Langslow’s summer time is certainly not going swimmingly. Down in her own tiny Virginia hometown, she’s maid of honor during the nuptials of three loved ones–each of whom has dumped the look in her own capable fingers. One bride is set in including an indigenous American purification that is herbal, while another wants live peacocks in the yard. Only help from the town’s drop-dead hunk that is gorgeous disappointingly rumored become gay, keeps Meg afloat in a ocean of dotty family members and crazy next-door neighbors.
And, in whirl of summer events and picnics, Southern hospitality is strained to your limitation by an newcomer that is offensive hints at skeletons into the visitors’ closets. Nonetheless it appears this woman has offended one way too many when she’s found dead in dubious circumstances, followed closely by a sequence of accidents–some deadly. Quickly, level-headed Meg’s to-do list extends from flower plans and bridal registries to catching a killer–before the following catered occasion is her very own funeral.
12. Aunt Dimity’s Death (An Aunt Dimity Mystery, # 1) by Nancy Atherton. Lori Shepherd thought Aunt Dimity had been merely a character in a bedtime story… through to the Dickensian law practice of Willis & Willis summons her up to a reading associated with woman’s will.
Down-on-her-luck Lori learns she’s planning to inherit a siazable estate–if she can discover the secret hidden in a treasure trove of letters in Dimity’s English country cottage. Just exactly What starts as a story book becomes|tale that is fairy a mystery–and a ghost story–in an improbably cozy setting, as Aunt Dimity’s indominable spirit leads Lori on an otherworldly quest to learn just how, in this life, real love can overcome all.
13. Real Murders (Aurora Teagarden, #1) by Charlaine Harris. Aurora Teagarden, little city librarian and true criminal activity buff, is wanting forward into the month-to-month conference associated with Real Murders Society, a team of other criminal activity enthusiasts who share an original desire for historic murders.