Without a Clue
What do you mean your house?
Since her aborted wedding, Meg Renshaw's thrown everything into her work. But her latest brainstorm—a mystery weekend at a Charleston plantation—hits a few bumps. For one, her "corpse" has passed out on pain pills. One guest is a cat. And the owner of the house walks in, claiming their lease is invalid.
Luckily, Meg's got a persuasive bent and she sweet-talks Matt Rossi into becoming the new corpse. With that item checked off, she's ready to move on. Until she discovers the uptight, controlling corpse refuses to stay murdered and has just turned her plans for the weekend upside down.
And then he starts demanding some other rights….
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