"Harry" Haristeen, her Welh Corgi, Tucker and feline sleuths Pewter and Mrs. Murphy, are swept up in the mystery of a crying statue; along with Harry's friend BoomBoom, who thinks she is falling in love with a woman.
This may be the last book in this series that I will read. I don't know what Rite Mae Brown was trying to prove here but there are many personal agendas that she is addressing and very little "murder mystery".
Less of a mystery and more of a continuation of what is happening to the characters in the mystery series as all mystery series tend to become after a while. However, in a good series, you will be invested in the characters and a book like this isn't a problem! Predictable solution to the mystery, but good as a plain old novel!
I've read all of this series and enjoyed them. This one involves some changes in the characters of the story - interesting new directions for Harry & friends.
Another great Sneaky Pie Brown story
Another unforgettable who-dun-it. A controversial miracle in Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains sparks religious fervor - and a suspicious death.
Hurray for Sneaky Pie Brown!