It’s springtime in Savannah, Georgia, in the newest Consignment Shop Mystery from the national bestselling author of Pearls and Poison. The azaleas and magnolias are in bloom—and Walker Boone is on the run. . .
When Reagan Summerside turned the first floor of her old Victorian home into a consignment shop, she never imagined she’d be harboring a fugitive in her attic. But after a dead man is found in a bathtub and local lawyer Walker Boone is accused of doing the dirty deed, she suddenly has a new houseguest.
Having the lawyer who took her to the cleaners in her divorce settlement—and who has been getting under her skin ever since—in close proximity is enough to drive Reagan to distraction. For the sake of her sanity—and Walker’s freedom—they need to put their heads together to find out who is trying to get the lawyer out of the picture . . .
This is the fourth book in this series. I've read all the books, but I have to say right now...this one was a disappointment.
I found the so called humor not so funny. It really begin to be annoying. Some parts of the story were just downright unbelievable and to far out to be funny or believable. I like a nice fun cozy mystery, but the so called Southern humor was just to much for this reader, It made me cup of tea turn sour! In other words it just was not my cup of tea....
I fell asleep quite a few times reading this book. I would have enjoyed less filler words and more of a nice flow to the story. All-in-all I liked it enough to award it 3 "Southern Comfort" stars.
This book is a part of my personal library.