The bestselling Dixie Divas mystery series continues! Trinket and her pals are, once again, caught in the middle of a murder scene...
"Professor Sturgis is dead. What I'd thought was an untidy pile of clothing tumbling out of the closet turned out to be a professor with whom Bitty had just quarreled that very morning."
Virginia Brown is the author of The Dixie Divas Mysteries, The Blue Suede Memphis Mysteries, and a mystery/drama, Dark River Road. As a long-time resident of Mississippi, she has lived in several different areas of the state, and finds the history, romance, and intrigue of the deep South irresistible. Although having spent her childhood as a military brat living all over the US, and overseas, this author of nearly fifty novels is now happily settled in and drawing her favorite fictional characters from the wonderful, whimsical Southerners she has known and loved.
©2012 Virginia Brown (P)2013 Bell Bridge Books
I actually came across these just by chance but I decided to give Dixie Divas a try and I was hooked. I have never laughed so hard in my life. My husband would actually ask me what so funny I wouldn't realize I was laughing. The relationship between Bitty and Trinket is one the best older women relationships I have heard in a while. Let's not forget the sexy men in the book Jackson Lee and Kit. I love how these relationships have progressed in the books. The trouble all the divas seem to find there self in is so funny. If you are going through a bad time or just need something to lighten your world I suggest these books. I really did enjoy them and hope the fifth one will be on audio soon. Oh one more thought I just hope my relationship with my husband is as much fun as Trinkets parents is.
Oh she is awesome with her story telling
Anytime Trinket thought Bitty was in trouble she always put her own fears aside and went to help her. Also the way the relationship between the couples is growing.
I am a proud Mexican woman that loves words and reading/listening to books. I also believe that only through knowledge can we achieve progress.
I loved each of these books and either own unique way of keeping you listening to every word. The narration is great and each minute brings new surprises.
Very fun book with lots of humor and antics. The mystery is a bit more complex than I tend to like my cozy mysteries, but it was lots of fun. I did start with this book instead of the first in the series, so the beginning was a bit odd and confusing at first. I'm looking forward to reading the first three books in the series.
I thought Karen Commins did a pretty good job at narrating. Her southern accent wasn't too distracting and her characters were fun. The male voices could use a bit of work, but overall a good listen.
**I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.**
I would listen to Divas and Dead Rebels again because it was a fasinating read with lots of twists and turns.
Karen Commins's reading was easy to understand, and really let me explore the book on another level.
I can relate to these gals and get a kick out of their meddling. The narrator has the accent down pat and the author us dead on with the attitudes if southern men and women. I live in the north now, but these books bring a smile to my face and a feeling if being at home.
The better voice for the main character. cut out the repetitiveness. The story line was interesting. Maybe I just cant stand DIVAS.
Repetitive descriptions and Diva stupidity.
She did a good job on the over the top southern accents but I did not like the main character voice. Not sure if that voice was hers or a character voice.
the story skeleton. too bad the writer couldn't pad it better.
wont read another Diva novel
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