Angel at Troublesome Creek
When Mary George Murphy finds that her Aunt Caroline fell down a flight of stairs to her death, she's heartbroken. To make matters worse, Mary is sure that Caroline's death was no accident.
Enter Augusta Goodnight, Mary's guardian angel. Normally assigned to Heaven's strawberry fields, Augusta died during WWII -- which explains her old-fashioned glamour and love of swing. She appears in Troublesome Creek just in the nick of time-helping Mary unearth an old mystery and the truth about Caroline's death.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - iBeth - LibraryThing
This was a decent cozy mystery, and I liked the idea of having a guardian angel who helps but doesn't solve the case. However, I'm not sure I'll read any more of this series. So many other good books to read, so little time . . . . Read full review
ANGEL AT TROUBLESOME CREEKUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Yet another southern heroine for the author (Minerva Cries Murder, 1993, etc.). This time, it's Mary George Murphy—orphaned at age five in Charlotte, North Carolina; placed in Summerwood Acres, where ... Read full review