The Angel Whispered Danger
2 journalers for this copy...
Edit 2/27/16: still TBR but offering in bookstogive's Mystery/Thriller/Suspense VBB. Will be a quick read.
Unclaimed after 3 rounds of the VBB so I have removed it from the list.
Anyway, things aren’t exactly as they seem with Kate’s family, and unexplained past events find their explanation in this easy page-turner.
One caution: don’t read this book on an empty stomach; a large quantity of delicious-sounding food is served at this Southern family reunion! My mouth was watering. :-)
While trying to come up with a clever excuse for her estranged husband's conspicuous absence at the family reunion, Kate McBride arrives at Bramblewood, her great-uncle Ernest's magnificent old estate in the North Carolina pines. The regular eccentrics are all there, of course, but there's one surprise attendee that stuns Kate. Heaven-sent Augusta Goodnight wafts through the reunion in delightful strawberry-scented iridescence, a guardian angel who has come to protect Kate from danger.
When Ella Stegall, Ernest's longtime housekeeper, is found near death after falling down a ravine, she whispers that she was pushed before leaving this earth for good. Augusta Goodnight and her bumbling apprentice, Penelope, dole out chocolate and clues, helping Kate to make the connection between Ella's demise and several more suspicious deaths. Kate finally realizes that dangerous secrets are lurking at Bramblewood - and it's up to her to catch a killer.
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Released for zbird's Clean Start for the New Year challenge hosted by BOOKWORMINUSALL, for the embedded "gel".
Released for Keep Them Moving Challenge hosted by booklady331.
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