Let There Be Suspects

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Penguin, Dec 5, 2006 - Fiction - 272 pages
3 Reviews
By the USA Today bestselling author of Blessed Is the Busybody

Now that a chalk outline no longer marks their front porch, Aggie Sloan-Wilcox and her minister husband can turn their attention back to the living . . .

’Tis the season in bucolic Emerald Springs, Ohio. As a gift to her daughters, Aggie’s mom has invited their former foster sister, Ginger, to join their Christmas reunion. A potential candidate for Sociopaths Anonymous, Ginger could make Aggie nostalgic for the chalk line. But when Ginger turns up deader than a drumstick, Aggie’s sister is the logical suspect because she always resented her mother’s attachment to Ginger. Aggie knows her sister is incapable of murder. But that won’t convince the police. Now Aggie has to find the murderer—someone who's decided there's a loophole in thou shalt not kill.
Praise for Blessed Is the Busybody

“A delightful cozy.”—Midwest Book Review (five-star review)

“Any new book by this gifted author is cause for celebration.”—The Mystery Reader  

“If you are a fan of Dorothy Bodoin and Jan Karon, or an avid Murder She Wrote viewer, then Blessed Is the Busybody is just the book for you!”—Roundtable Reviews

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User Review  - BookConcierge - LibraryThing

This is book two in a series featuring minister’s wife Aggie Sloan-Wilcox, who cannot help but snoop whenever she feels her family is threatened. This time a Christmas Open House is overshadowed by a ... Read full review

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User Review  - thornton37814 - LibraryThing

This is one of those books that I just never really "got into." I'm not sure if it was because I tried reading it too long after Christmas, if I was in the mood to read a different genre, or if it was ... Read full review

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