This book is perfect to read while sipping ice tea on a lazy summer afternoon. The series are a cute Southern cozy mysteries. Biggie is the typical Southern woman-of-a-certain-age, involved with community causes and tied in to the grapevine of her community. Her grandson and two loyal retainers live with her. When a local waitress is killed and her custody of her grandson is threatened, she must work overtime to protect those she loves. The story is told from the perspective of her grandson, and it's full of those details that make Southern lit so appealing.
Biggie is larger than life even though she is a tiny lady. Such a fun read and the characters make you laugh as the mystery keeps you turn pages!
A potpourri of delightfully odd characters, and wonderfully interesting events.
A very intertaining story narrated by Biggie's grandson. Fast paced and lots of interesting characters.
Biggie is back, funny and endearing.
You may never eat fowl again. Southern...fun characters.
Third in the series, they just get better and better. Lots of intrigue and mystery without all the blood and gore. Great reads.