Publication Date: March 6, 2011
Genre: Suspense/ Mystery
Series: Briny Bay Mystery
Reviewed For: Turquoise Morning Press
Book Blurb: Roxie Turner finds herself up to her neck in trouble when her lifelong nemesis, Georgia Collins, is discovered buried in the town’s landfill. To make matters worse, with her characteristic Southern sass, Roxie has been saying she’d kill Georgia for more than twenty years. In fact, she listed the ways to do the woman in, constantly reminding prominent citizens of her intent. It was all a joke, or so she thought. But the joke turns on her as, suddenly, other dead bodies begin to pile up, all murdered with a technique from Roxie’s list.
Enlisting the assistance of handsome hunk, Greg Norris, Roxie’s sister, Trixie Frye, comes to her aid, bent on uncovering the killer and the truth. Can they find out both before Roxie goes to the big house?
My Thoughts: This book is a fast read as its a short novella. However sitting down and reading this, you should be prepared to be entertained. The two main female characters in this book are a hoot and just can't keep themselves out of trouble. Every decision they make ends up being the wrong one and leaves them looking guilty of not one but four murders. There is a slight romance in this book, but I could not classify this book as a romantic suspense. This book will leave you wondering who is setting up Roxie and who just might be murdered next.
I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a comical read and a little mystery. This book is perfect for a rainy afternoon or even an evening with nothing going on.