What the Hatmaker Heard

· A Missy DuBois Mystery Book 6 · Lyrical Press
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When a groom gets murdered, Louisiana hat maker Missy DuBois must look behind a veil of secrets on a former sugar plantation . . .
 
Bride-to-be Lorelei Honeycutt is brimming with excitement over the elaborate headpiece Missy has created for her wedding but fears she won't be able to maintain her balance when she walks down the aisle. She’s asked Missy to assist her during the rehearsal at Honeycutt Hall, a once grand sugar plantation now used as the family's home. Missy’s trying to keep a cool head herself, as her own wedding is coming up in three short weeks on the Riverboat Queen. But after the rehearsal, she overhears the bride and groom quarreling. The next morning, Wesley Carmichael is missing. After searching the house and grounds, Missy discovers the groom lying at the bottom of an old, unused sugar silo—and now it's up to the mystery-solving milliner to find an unbalanced killer . . .
 
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Janice Tangen
July 31, 2020
cozy-mystery, law-enforcement, murder, amateur-sleuth, wedding-madness***** Asked to be there for the wedding rehearsal by the bride, Missy happens upon the body of the groom the day of the wedding. Next up she finds out that the paddle wheeler booked for her own wedding in a few short weeks has burned. And that's just the beginning! Fortunately the state police detective is a friendly and at least she doesn't have to butt heads with the law. Lots of twists and red herrings in this bayou country whodunit that I read in one afternoon and even got to learn a bit about the pricing and conservation of antique lace. Loved it! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Kensington Books via NetGalley. Thank you!
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Sandra Bretting has written for several national newspapers, including the Houston Chronicle and the Los Angeles Times. A graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, she currently lives with her family in Houston, Texas. Readers can visit her website at www.SandraBretting.com.

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