Miss Julia to the Rescue

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Thorndike Press, 2012 - FICTION - 503 pages
27 Reviews

Can Miss Julia spring J. D. Pickens from a sheriff's clutches and investigate a cult-plus keep up appearances as a proper Southern lady?

Miss Julia simply can't abide sitting idle. With young Lloyd moving out and husband Sam off to the Holy Land for two weeks, Miss Julia's feeling restless already. Maybe it's time for that overdue home makeover.

But before she can even pick a color scheme, Miss Julia must race to the rescue of Hazel Marie's new husband. J.D. has gone missing while on his latest private investigation job. And police in West Virginia have detained an injured man fitting his description. Now it's up to Miss Julia and Etta Mae to free him before he cusses himself into a jail cell.

Back in Abbotsville, wealthy eccentric Agnes Whitman has returned to town with a following of misfits. Could they be a religious cult set on converting the locals? And will Miss Julia get back in time to stop them? One thing's for sure: she won't waste time watching paint dry-no matter which shade of beige is the latest rage.

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It's one of my favorite on-going story lines! - Goodreads
The ending felt rushed and wasn't very satisfying. - Goodreads
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Review: Miss Julia to the Rescue (Miss Julia #13)

User Review  - Roxane - Goodreads

This is just not my cup of tea. Not a fan of the writing style. I don't think I will finish it. Read full review

Review: Miss Julia to the Rescue (Miss Julia #13)

User Review  - Peggy Sinden - Goodreads

As always, Miss Julia come through. Good add to my book collection. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Ann B. Ross, who has taught literature at the University of North Carolina, is the author of four novels that include "Miss Julia Speaks Out", one of the most popular Reader's Digest Condensed Books of 1999 & one of Book Sense's Top Ten Recommended Books. She lives in Hendersonville, North Carolina.

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