An enthralling tale that will put you in a Holiday spirit without being sentimental. Caprice De Luca is staging the home of Chris and Sara Merriweather for the historical home and garden tour. Later Chris is found murdered on Saturday at Santa Lane. Caprice becomes intrigued with the killing as secrets Chris has kept hidden for years are slowly released. For a man well-liked in the community, there are enough suspects to make one wonder about Chris’s behavior. Caprice needs answers before she becomes the next victim. I highly recommend this book and series. Recipes are included.
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Secrets are a good tool in mysteries and probably reflective of reality. This sounds like a good read.
A light series but cover important social problems. This time children of the American soldiers in Vietnam war. Last book domestic volience. It is a good series.
I wouldn’t have guessed that it addressed social issues. Good to know!
I missed this one.
It is a good one. One the best of the series.
I should check it out. Thanks.