Third in the Debutante Dropout series and definitely not my favorite. The plot was very slow going, with repetitive details from the previous two novels (how many times do we need to hear about her white Vera Wang that hangs in the closet????) and I've seen golf games with more action than this book had. I hope her future efforts are of a better caliber or this will be a series I drop for sure!
As a Texan and former Dallasite, I love the characters and enjoy recognizing landmarks. Cissy reminds me a little of my late mom-in-law, whom I adored. Cissy moves into a retirement home disguised as her complete opposite persona in order to solve the murders of two dear friends. Such fun! Andy sees a new side of her mother.
Another in the debutante series. I found it a good read.
Andy's mom takes on a whole new personality to help solve the murders of friends. This one is a bit different from the other Debutante Dropout mysteries. Interesting end.
Two of Cissy Kendricks friends have died suddenly. She goes undercover with Andy's help to discover what happened.
Great continuation of the series. Very good book.
Wealthy Texas widowsneed loving too. A good cozy read with some romance thrown in.
Bebe Kent joined a dating service for "discriminating" seniors soon after relocating to the swanky Belle Meade retirement community. Unfortunately, Bebe didn't live long enought to meet "Mr. Right." Friend, Cissy Blevins Kendricks, beliees her old friend's demise was hastened and gets ready to check herself into Belle Meade incognito to prove it.
Wealthy Texas widows need loving too...which is why Bebe Kent joined a dating servie for "discriminating" seniors soon after relocating to the swanky Belle Meade retirement community. Unfortunately, Bebe didn't live long enough to meet "Mr. Right". And though doctors declared her death totally natural, extravagant blue-blooed Dallas socialite Cissy Blevins Kendricks believes her old friend's demise was hastened---and she's ready to check herself into Belle Meade incognito to prove it.