It’s another murder in the little town of Roble. But not to worry, Romaine and Auntie Zanne are on it!
It’s the 100th Boule of the Distinguished Ladies’ Society of Voodoo Herbalists. They’ve gotten together to eat, drink, be merry and vote for the next Lesser Mambo, a lifetime appointment second only to the Most High (bet you’ll never guess who holds that position). But the second in command spot keeps becoming vacant—that’s because the women who fill it keep dying off. This time though, it looks like murder.
During an alcohol-infused dinner and a tall glass full of absinth, a seemingly innocent drink is spilled in the lap of Mrs. Eugenia Elder, the Lesser Mambo Elect. A quick drying off and change of clothes were thought to be all that was necessary, that is, until Miss Eugenia turns up dead.
And while the server seems remorseful for her “accident,” it’s soon discovered that the whole thing was planned.
Vivienne “Miss Vivee” Pennywell, Logan and Mac from Yasamee, Georgia (and the Logan Dickerson cozy mystery series) make an appearance and help get the murder investigation underway, one that Romaine and Auntie Zanne have decided to figure out together.
It’s fun and mayhem, as the Voodoo herbalists of the distinguished society go on a mad romp all around town to figure out whodunit!
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POTIONS, TELLS, AND DEADLY SPELLS by Abby L. Vandiver | A Henery Press Mystery. If you like one, you’ll probably like them all.
Wall Street Journal Bestselling author, Abby L. Vandiver loves a good mystery. Born and raised in Cleveland, it’s even a mystery to her why she has yet to move to a warmer place. A former lawyer and college professor, she has a bachelor’s degree in Economics, a master’s in Public Administration, and a Juris Doctor, which she happily doesn’t use so that she can write books. Abby spends all of her time writing, hanging out at her local library and enjoying her grandchildren.