In the installment of the Liv and Di series, Liv’s Mama has decided to be married in Las Vegas at an Elvis wedding chapel. The Dixie group of nine family members and close friends flew to fun town for the wedding. They meet Liv’s cousin who lives there. He drives a cab when he is not working as an Elvis Impersonator. The group is enjoying the casinos, buffets, and shopping. Di is surprised to find her ex-husband there. All is ready for Mama and Earl wedding. In the middle of the wedding, the minister collapsed. Later it found that he was murder and the police arrest Kid’s cousin for the murder. This puts a damper on the wedding plans. Liv and Di decided to find the real culprit. Will they succeed so the wedding will continue? There is a pleasant ending. I highly recommend this book and series. Party tips and recipes are included.

Disclosure: Many thanks to Kensington Books for a review copy. The opinions expressed are my own

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6 Responses to TIL DEATH DO US PARTY by Vickie Fee

  1. You’ve been featuring some pretty good cozies today. I quite liked them.

  2. bmary8222 says:

    Another one I read and liked.

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