Tonight is Babette Lang’s bachelorette party. Problem is, there’s no bachelorette, only an unusual group of disgruntled guests—a wannabe hand-model bartender, a chain-smoking talent agent, the bride-to-be’s cheapskate boss, plus the sloshed fiancé and his furious sisters.
It’s not a party until there’s a body!
When one of the guests drops dead, four women with a tendency for trouble join forces to catch a killer.
Valentine Beaumont ~ Boston sleuth and gutsy beautician
Kate Connolly ~ San Francisco part-time crime-solver and sleep-deprived new mom
Merry Wrath ~ Iowa ex-CIA operative turned Girl Scout leader
Franki Amato ~ New Orleans PI and victim of a serial-matchmaking Sicilian nonna
Will these sleuths untangle this double mystery and save the party? Or is it already too late?
**This murder mystery series contains no profanity or graphic descriptions of sex or violence.**
Diana Orgain is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the Maternal Instincts Mystery Series: Bundle of Trouble, Motherhood is Murder, Formula for Murder, and Nursing a Grudge. She is also the Author of the Love or Money Mystery series and The Roundup Crew Mysteries (Yappy Hour and Trigger Yappy). Visit her at www.dianaorgain.com
Arlene McFarlane is the USA Today bestselling author of the Murder, Curlers series. She’s won and placed in over 30 contests, including the Readers’ Favorite Book Awards, the Golden Heart®, the Daphne du Maurier, and the Chanticleer International Mystery & Mayhem Book Awards. She's also received a Voice Arts nomination for her audiobook, Murder, Curlers & Cream. The nomination landed her in L.A. where she walked the red carpet at Warner Bros. Studios.
Leslie Langtry is the USA TODAY Bestselling author of three Cozy Comedy series, including the Merry Wrath Mysteries, the Greatest Hits Series, the Aloha Lagoon Ukulele Mysteries and Sex, Lies & Family vacations.
Traci Andrighetti is the USA Today bestselling author of the Franki Amato mysteries and the Danger Cove Hair Salon mysteries, and she is a co-author of the Killer Foursome mysteries. In her previous life, she was an award-winning literary translator and a Lecturer of Italian at the University of Texas at Austin, where she earned a PhD in Applied Linguistics. But then she got wise and ditched that academic stuff for a life of crime—writing, that is. Get news of Traci's upcoming books and latest capers at traciandrighetti.com.