Who Left That Body in the Rain?

Who Left That Body in the Rain Sixty something Southerner MacLaren Yarbrough keeps busy as a county magistrate a co owner of Yarbrough s Feed Seed and Nursery and a loving wife and mother But her penchant for snooping around in

  • Title: Who Left That Body in the Rain?
  • Author: Patricia Sprinkle
  • ISBN: 9780451207586
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sixty something Southerner MacLaren Yarbrough keeps busy as a county magistrate, a co owner of Yarbrough s Feed, Seed and Nursery, and a loving wife and mother But her penchant for snooping around in other people s business often lands her up to her neck in murder In Hope, Georgia, good ol boy Skye MacDonald lives life large as a dedicated family man, back slappinSixty something Southerner MacLaren Yarbrough keeps busy as a county magistrate, a co owner of Yarbrough s Feed, Seed and Nursery, and a loving wife and mother But her penchant for snooping around in other people s business often lands her up to her neck in murder In Hope, Georgia, good ol boy Skye MacDonald lives life large as a dedicated family man, back slapping civic leader, and flamboyantly successful owner of a local automobile empire Very little happens in this cozy town without Skye s full knowledge and participation So the whole community is shocked when his body is found in a muddy road, run over by his own car Judge MacLaren Yarbrough and her husband, Joe Riddley, have known the MacDonalds for years So they can t help but get involved in this baffling murder investigation, especially when it produces questions than answers Why has Skye s son skipped town How many secrets was Skye keeping And Who Left That Body in the Rain

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    1. Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author.3 stars This book was ok, but I won't go out of my way to read more, But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I'd pick it up.4 stars I really [...]

    2. I really like this series. I get such a kick out of the "Southernisms". Old fashioned Southern manners are much like old fashioned English manners. You keep up a facade of politeness if it kills you!!!! Like most "cozies" set in imaginary small towns, there are an awful lot of murders!!! And the characters are always shocked at this happening in a place where they usually say that people who live there rarely even lock their doors!!

    3. This book creates a scene unlike any other i have ever seen. majority of the characters involved in the death of Skye are very deceitful and trickyey have ways of hiding their intentions and wants the reader to know what he or she wants you to know so therefore you never suspect them. its these types of writing that keeps me reading. only novels like this allows me to read non-stop.

    4. I'd read the first in this series last year, and sort of enjoyed it. Unfortunately, this one is not appealing to my sense of "I need a cozy mystery to read." Too convoluted in explaining who each character is at the start. I'll give the author another try another time.

    5. In Hopemore, GA, the community is shocked when good ol' boy Skye MacDonald is found dead on a muddy road. MacLaren Yarbrough can't help meddling in the police investigation, even though she's required not to because she's a county magistrate. This cozy is a little too cozy for my taste.

    6. This was a quick read and had a bit of southern charm but, the author always had to point it out which got annoying at times. The story for the most part comes together. It's a good cozy mystery.

    7. I had to abandon it half-way through - the "we're so charming and Southern" bit got a little too annoying.

    8. This title is several books into the Thoroughly Southern Mysteries series, but my first one. I liked the characters. Maybe I'll check for the first books at the library.

    9. A fun Southern mystery.a fun easy mystery to read. I have enjoyed Patricia Sprinkle's mysteries. I heard her speak at my local library and became interested in reading her books.

    10. This is the 4th book and a close family friend dies and Maclaren ends up finding out more then she wanted to about the past.

    11. I had a hard time getting into this book because it had too many characters with crazy names and relationships. I did end up enjoying it by the conclusion of the story.

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