Invited to stage a Mystery Night for the annual antebellum house tour of the Historical Preservation Society of Chastain, South Carolina, Annie Laurance instead finds herself the leading lady in a flesh-and blood drama. The play's the thing when the curtain falls on grande dame Corinne Webster. While jeweled fingers point, accusing Annie of murder, the perpetrator lurks among the cast and the murder weapon is one of the props.
Within the tight-laced society of Chastain, Annie is guilty until proven innocent. With her fiancé, Max Darling, Annie pieces together evidence to clear her name - until the chief witness is murdered. Now it will take all of her sleuthing skills to discover the evil in the heart of Chastain's Beautiful People.
©2012 Carolyn G. Hart (P)2012 Random House Audio
I have read or listened to every Death on Demand book in the series. I love Kate Reading. She does a good job of reading.
This is light reading, but, interesting good story and always surprise endings.
Yes this is a great series. Some better than others, but worth recommending. A little much on the facts for the Mystery. Had to re-listen to catch everything.
It was sad, each time I listen it still gives me pause.
Yes, she brings authority and calm to the characters.
I'm so glad the early books were added. I started with the earliest Death on Demand available on Audible at the time. They don't have to be read in order, but it seems more fun that way. Classic mystery techniques.
my only complaint is it is dry a huge amount of information is shoved and their is no much dropped on you I but overall characters are lovely
I enjoyed this book. The characters and plot were entertaining. I will probably buy the next book in the series.
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