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Lowcountry Bordello

By: Susan M. Boyer
Narrated by: Loretta Rawlins
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Publisher's summary

USA Today Best-Selling Author and Agatha Award-Winning Series

The Charleston streets are dressed for the holidays in sophisticated Southern style: topiaries adorned with red ribbons, garland entwined with white lights, and poinsettias potted in gold planters. The high-class bordello in a stately historic home is certainly no exception. When Private Investigator Liz Talbot's dear friend, Olivia, swears she saw a dead body in the parlor of this bordello, one Olivia accidentally co-owns, Liz promptly comes to her aid.

With her wedding back home on Stella Maris less than a week away, Liz must juggle one elderly madam, two ex and future in-laws, three ghosts in the bordello, four giddy bridesmaids, five lovely courtesans, six suspicious patrons...and a partridge in a pear tree as she tries to keep her bridesmaid out of jail and live to walk down the aisle.

©2015 Susan M. Boyer (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

Critic reviews

"Fun and filled with the beauty of the Lowcountry. This is one of my favorite series." ( For the Love of Books)
"The authentically Southern Boyer writes with heart, insight, and a deep understanding of human nature." (Hank Phillippi Ryan, Agatha Award-winning author of What You See)
"Boyer deftly shapes characters with just enough idiosyncrasies without succumbing to clichés while infusing her lighthearted plot with an insightful look at families." ( South Florida Sun Sentinel)