“A sparkling comedy of errors tucked inside a clever mystery. I loved it!” – Susan M. Boyer, USA Today Bestselling Author of Lowcountry Bordello
When Ellison Russell is nearly killed at a benefactors’ party, she brushes the incident aside as an unhappy accident. But when her house is fire-bombed, she’s shot at, and the person sitting next to her at a gala is poisoned, she must face facts. Someone wants her dead. But why? And can Ellison find the killer before he strikes again?
Add in an estranged sister, a visiting aunt with a shocking secret, and a handsome detective staying in her guesthouse, and Ellison might need more than cream in her coffee…
Related subjects include: cozy mysteries, women sleuths, murder mystery series, whodunit mysteries (whodunnit), amateur sleuth books, book club recommendations, humorous murder mysteries, historical mysteries.
Books in the Country Club Murders Humorous Mystery Series:
• THE DEEP END (#1)
• GUARANTEED TO BLEED (#2)
• CLOUDS IN MY COFFEE (#3)
Part of the Henery Press Mystery Series Collection, if you like one, you'll probably like them all...
Julie Mulhern is the USA Today bestselling author of The Country Club Murders. She is a Kansas City native who grew up on a steady diet of Agatha Christie. She spends her spare time whipping up gourmet meals for her family, working out at the gym and finding new ways to keep her house spotlessly clean—and she's got an active imagination. Truth is—she's an expert at calling for take-out, she grumbles about walking the dog and the dust bunnies under the bed have grown into dust lions.
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Clouds in my coffee
This moneyed world is one I’ll never understand. So much pride and entitlement. I’m so glad God created me to be a middle income person with roots in a farming community. The ending was a little on the fairy tale side but I did enjoy the book. Thanks, G
Liked the characters. Unexpected ending.
Liked the characters. Unexpected ending. Learned some new words.
Too many characters
It keeps you entertained during most part but too many characters cause confusion and many parts you just read through without understanding the reference to person