It's Thanksgiving in Paradise, Ohio and all the dirty laundry in the Toadfern Family comes to be hung out to dry. Even the turkey on the table has an untoward end! This is one of the best I have read in the series. Filled with mystery after mystery, new characters to develop who answer some old, old, questions, one of those "I just don't want to put it down" books. Definately well worth reading! Enjoy!
This series is one I can't wait for the next one for me. I love Coy mysteries, and this one is her funniest, what with the Toadfern family Thanksgiving. Her nephew Guy, who is autistic and in an institution, is a nice sidebar to this whole series--and Ms. Toadfern's love and caring for him is very real. I don't much care for her boyfriend here, and you will see why. But Mamaw Toadfern's Thanksgiving is just what you could expect from an extended wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy disFUNctional family.
Really cute book starring a laundromat owner who sprinkles stain removal tips throughout the story. This is part of a series and I will definitely find the rest as it was a quick, enjoyable read (Josie's family is a true hoot!) yet the ending came from nowhere and was a total surprise.
This is an adorable read. I started with this book #4, but will back track as i really enjoyed this read. It's a feel good read. The setting is cozy and the book went entirely way to fast---i wanted more when i was finished. "Loads" of fun about a laundry mat owner and her family and friends who own store next to hers, a beautyshop and a resturant, all this made for a great neighborhood read that all will enjoy.
Book #4 of the Stain-Busting Series. I enjoy this series and you do get some stain busting tips.
The towns characters are real characters. They aren't quirky, just very small town types that have lived there forever and know everybody and everything.
This book was more concentrated on the main character and her family, so you get a good look at her background.