As a regular volunteer at North Dawkins Elementary, Ellie would never miss the annual Mother's Day breakfast—even if she has to tolerate the likes of Gabrielle Matheson. The rivals aren't exactly sworn enemies, although Ellie still thinks there's only room for one professional organizer in their small Georgia town.
But when Ellie sees Gabrielle in the hallway, she’s a mess. It looks like Gabrielle’s seen a ghost—or, as she explains, a dead body inside the supply closet. Before Ellie can get help the body vanishes . . . only to mysteriously reappear later at the school.
Little is known about the victim, a secretive snoop with a nosy nature and a penchant for keeping quiet about her own past. Ellie will leave no desk unturned to protect her kids and expose the cunning criminal’s identity. Because if she doesn’t, the killer may chalk up another textbook case of murder . . .
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Praise for Sara Rosett and her Ellie Avery mysteries…
“Some cozies just hit on all cylinders, and Rosett’s Ellie Avery titles are among the best.” —Library Journal
MILKSHAKES, MERMAIDS, AND MURDER
“Rosett’s latest Ellie Avery mystery is about a woman trying to protect her family, and that’s a message most of us can relate to.” —RT Book Reviews, 4 1/2 stars
MISTLETOE, MERRIMENT, AND MURDER
“Intriguing characters, a strong setting, more than a dash of humor and a suspenseful plot that keeps us guessing until the end . . . Yet, what places air force wife Ellie Avery at the top of my list are the poignant descriptions of what military families face every day.” —Katherine Hall Page
MIMOSAS, MISCHIEF, AND MURDER
“A winning mystery . . . a rumor of hidden money, secret letters from a famous recluse, a fire, a threatening message, and a crazed gunman add to the cozy mischief.” —Publishers Weekly
MAGNOLIAS, MOONLIGHT, AND MURDER
“Engaging…nifty party tips help keep the sleuthing on the cozy side.” —Publishers Weekly
GETTING AWAY IS DEADLY
“Keeps readers moving down some surprising paths—and on the edge of their chairs—until the very end.” —Cozy Library