I have read alot of series reads, and i am gonna say i love this one the most. I am just finishing book three and have ordered the rest. I love Jitty the ghost and the Mississippi Delta theme. I love the home and the same "family" of friends in each story with a little new added here and there. It is so comfortable. There is always a murder to solve and you will never know who did it until the end. I also love "Sweetie Pie", the hound dog. This is such an easy series to fall into that i personally hope it never ends.
Second in a series. I didn't read the first one yet. Some good characters and I am sure they will be fleshed out more as the series moves along. I enjoyed it. Southern High Society girl turns into a PI.
When Lawrence Ambrose plans a delectable tell-all and taunts his dinner guests with the news that this book will blow the lid of Zinnia, Mississippi, it is up to Sarah Booth Delaney to dig for answers. Second in the Mississippi Delta series.
Ambrose taunts his dinner guests with the tell-all book he's writing. Since each of his guests has a secret, the morning-after mess includes the author. Sara Booth, savvy southern belle, needs to solve the crime with a little help from her bossy ghost.
This book is the second in the series about Sarah Booth Delaney, a P.I. by chance, a southern girl by birth, and a colorful character who inhabits the family home along with the ghost of her great grandmother's maid, Jitty. Sarah Booth always manages to solve her interesting cases, but not before getting into all kinds of trouble. The characters in the small southern town are well-developed, there is a bit of romance, a lot of comedy, and this is another enjoyable read from Carolyn Haines. I am looking forward to continuing this series.
I liked this story. We see additional character building of Sarah Booth the main character; a developing Sweetie Pie, age old secrets abound with supplemental characters, murder and a fairly fast pace to the events. I did not want to put it down.