Miss Julia has promised her husband, Sam, to mind her own business. What a relief! She doesn't have to spring into action when a dead body is found in a toolshed six blocks from her house. Instead, she can concentrate on what's really important-like figuring out who's been passing bad checks in her name and, most important, preparing for Hazel Marie's impending due date. Then again, who else can figure out why that awful Thurlow Jones is trying to cast suspicion on someone Miss Julia feels certain is innocent? And, after all, what Sam doesn't know won't hurt him, right?
Miss Julia's investigative work on the possible murders-of her financial reputation and of the person in the toolshed-keeps her buzzing. But the sudden arrival of Hazel Marie's twins during a fierce blizzard brings a whole new set of challenges and a double helping of trouble for Ann B. Ross's indomitable southern heroine.
©2011 Ann B. Ross (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
These books are all so funny and entertaining - a great way to pass the time when you are driving back and forth to work or even exercising. I find myself laughing out loud as I am driving down the interstate.
All these stories are great about keeping your interest - just waiting to see what happens next.
She does a great job with these books - you can just see the characters.
I love all the interaction between Miss Julia and Lloyd.
What you have come to expect from Miss Julia series. Very enjoyable. I didn't start the series with the first book - but have had no issues starting several books into the series. This one does not disappoint.
Did not read the print version
I just love all Miss Julia books . The speaker is excellent the stories make me laugh and live through them
Yes and she is great
It made me do both
I have been listening to audiobooks when I commuted more than an hour to work. I enjoy fiction mostly. I can't put down a good classic.
This series is an incredible book with good down to earth characters. Miss Julia never ceases to amaze me with the way she jumps right in other peoples business, as well as her own, in order to catch "whoever did it" and to right some wrongs.
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