Trinket and the gang will stop at nothing to clear a diva's husband of murder charges.
"You'd think a midnight prowler would have sense enough to get out after being discovered by a group of middle-aged women armed with flower vases. Or at least stop what he was doing. Not this one. Despite our menacing appearance, he kept opening cabinet doors and drawers.
Our intruder wore what looked like a black Ninja outfit. It did not flatter. He was a bit chunky and not much taller than me. Nor did he move very fast as Gaynelle and I bore down on him like a freight train. Instead of screaming in fear and fleeing out the front door - which stood wide open to help facilitate his escape - he turned away from the cabinet he had opened and threw something heavy. It was a Mason jar, and it hit poor Gaynelle right smack in the middle of the forehead. She dropped to the floor like a sack of flour. I looked down at her, then up at the masked intruder. Eyes glittered at me from the tiny eyeholes, and as he seemed to be unarmed-no more Mason jars at hand - I let out a bellow and charged him."
Virginia Brown is the author of more than 50 novels in romance and mystery. Next up in her best-selling Dixie Divas Mysteries: Divas and Dead Rebels. And coming soon: the Blue Suede Memphis Mysteries and Virginia's mystery/drama saga, Dark River Road.
©2011 Virginia Brown (P)2012 Bell Bridge Books
The characterization was/is great!
When the intruder in the black Ninja outfit was first introduced.
She makes the characters come alive.
Anyone who wants to laugh out loud while reading a fantastic book, should purchase this title.
I've really enjoyed this series. I hope there will be more to come, the Divas have more adventures ahead surely.
The narrator takes me back to my childhood in the South
The characters are engaging and feel like old friends
This is the third book in this series and I was somewhat disappointed in the similarities in situations in each book. A little more creativity would have gone a long way. That being said I enjoyed the interaction of the characters and will give the next book another try.
Too similar to previous books.
She did an excellent job on most of her characters but on a few others it was extremely annoying.....not all characters need a distinct voice.
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