I'm sad to say it, but this is probably one of the worst books I've ever read. The plot is non existent, the characters thin, and it is full of inconsistencies. I think this will be my last Churchill. I don't know what happened to her.
the next installment in the Clare Ferguson/Russ Van Alstyne series. You need to read the others first! This is great and deals as much with the characters and their relationship,or lack thereof, as it does the mystery. I can't wait for the next one.
An interesting Faith Fairchild mystery. This one doesn't involve an actual body--or at least not a current one, but mysterious diary is found leading her to believe there may have once been a body in the attic.
This is from Hart's Henrie O series. I love this series. Henrie O is a journalist working as a professor at a small university. She works through her own romanitc issues in this book while solving three "cold cases" and one current murder. Good reading.
Another great series by one of my favorite authors. The main character is Kate Anderson, mid forties, empty nest with lots of time on her hands. In going through her late aunt's effects she stumbles on something of value....something a lot of people want, and uncovers lots of secrets in the family tree.
This book is much better than the title indicates. I'm getting a bit tired of all the "specialty" mysteries (tea rooms, knitting, real estate, house renovations,etc), but this one rises above most of the others. The characters are well drawn,the added home renovations are interesting without bogging down and I enjoyed the history and scenery presented. While I figured out "whodunit" before it was revealed it was still a great mystery.