Til Death Do Us Party

· A Liv and Di in Dixie Mystery Book 4 · Kensington Cozies
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Las Vegas knows how to party, and for once, event planner Liv McKay won’t be entirely behind the scenes. The Dixie gang is in Sin City to celebrate Mama and Earl’s rockin’ Elvis-themed wedding. And between juggling the botched bachelorette party and a problem-plagued soirée back home, Liv’s ready to double down on some fun.

Mama & Earl’s happily-ever-after seems like a sure thing, but all bets (and nuptials) are off when they get to the Burning Love Wedding Chapel. Their Elvis-impersonating minister has left the building . . . permanently. And even worse, Liv’s cousin, Little Junior, is suspected of his murder.

With Mama’s happy ending on the table and Little Junior about to lose it all, the stakes are higher than ever. Liv and her best friend, Di, must hit the Strip to find the real killer before he finally plays his ace...

“High energy, dead bodies and exposed lies. . . . A must read."
RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars, on Death Crashes the Party

“A wonderful cozy mystery.”
Suspense Magazine on It’s Your Party, Die If You Want To

“Readers should welcome this look at a very Southern lifestyle, complete with appended party plans.”
Kirkus Reviews on One Fete in the Grave
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Billie Jackson
March 27, 2018
I have loved this series from the beginning, and Til Death Do Us Party is my favorite. The writing alone pulls me into the page until I forget where I am, but it is the characters that draw me back over and over. Reading one of these books is like sliding into a gathering of friends but this get together is for family wedding! Miss Betty and Daddy Wayne accompany Earl and Mama in addition to Liv, Larry Joe, Di, and David to make Mama’s wedding a real family event. Liv is perfectly comfortable in her role as a small-town event planner, wife of Larry Joe, daughter of a very strong opinionated woman and friend of many. Investigating murders might not be her first choice of sidelines but when people she cares for are involved, she just can’t help herself. Di isn’t as comfortable with some aspects of her life, but she is just as avid as Liv is about belonging and helping out their friends. I would like for her and David to decide what their relationship would be but they have both had some tough stuff in the past and are extremely independent. At the same time, they are too drawn to each other to give up. This time the hurdle that creates strain is a ghost from Di’s past! When Liv’s cousin Little Junior was first introduced, I wasn’t pleased that a physically small guy was called Little even though I am used to the custom. When I discovered that he was an Elvis impersonator, I just waited for the laughs. I should have trusted Vickie Fee. He may be small in stature but he is a big person and I came to love him just as Liv and Mama do. There were plenty of laughs but none at his expense. It took a while to get to the mystery but I enjoyed every minute of the celebration preceding the investigation as much as I enjoyed the mystery and the delightful wrap-up that followed the reveal. I kept jumping around trying to figure out who the murderer was because several people seemed reasonable. Til Death Do Us Party has left me looking forward to the next book even more than usual. I was thrilled to receive an ARC of this book and will be sharing my love of it every chance I get.
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About the author

Vickie Fee is a past president of the Malice in Memphis chapter of Sisters in Crime and current member of the Wisconsin Sisters in Crime. She has a degree in journalism and spent many years as a newspaper reporter, covering small Southern towns populated with colorful characters, much like those in the fictional town of Dixie. She now lives in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula with her husband, John. She grew up in the South on a steady diet of Nancy Drew and iced tea, and when she’s not writing, Vickie enjoys reading mysteries and watching B movies from the 1930s and ’40s. Visit her online at www.vickiefee.com, or on Facebook @VickieFeeAuthor.

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