This book starts out just a tad bit slow for my taste (although it might have something to do with the fact that I started reading it while in a waiting room), but all in all is a very enjoyable wrap up to this pleasant series featuring "Mouse" and "Sister," two Southern ladies with a penchant for being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Anne George is a brilliant example of a true Southern woman: sassy, tough, and well-spoken. Her books reflect this and I am a HUGE fan of the Southern Sisters books. The mysteries are always interesting and sometimes even take me by surprise. In Murder Boogies with Elvis, Mouse and Sister can't wait for the fundraiser to revive the Vulcan; when one of the Elvis impersonators winds up dead, they can't help but stick their noses in. It is a real hoot and I LOVED it. This may be my favorite in the series.
With a title like this...one expects this book to be a hoot.....and it is! A king-sized tale of hip-shakin' mayhem and murder most tacky. From the front row, "Mouse" and "Sister" have a perfect view of the action when one of the dancing Kings keels over dead into the bandstand. This Elvis clone has not only left the building....he's left this life, courtesy of a switchblade knife in the back.