Southern Sisters mystery #3. Nothing like a huge family wedding to bring folks togetherâor drive wedges between them! One of the guests at Sister's daughter's weddingâa houseguest of Sister, evenâapparently commits suicide not a half hour after having lunch with Mary Alice and Patricia Anne, where she seemed perfectly happy and chatted animatedly. Suspicious? Well, some people think so. This installment centered around genealogical research and while it was a nice visit with the enjoyable Sisters again, I found many parts of it to be just too contrived and stretching the boundaries of coincidence, or whatever. I read this one immediately following the previous book in the series, and you really do notice patterns and predictable trends when you read series back to back like this.
I love all of these books, the characters are so funny and heartwarming. I am so sad the author passed away, she truly had a talent for writing.
I love this series, espcially since it features women over the age of 50 and is set in an uncommon location (Birmingham, AL). With usual humor that is just right, Anne George tells a good story with an interesting twist at the end.