Magnolia Moonlight by Mary Ellis
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This is the third book in the “Secrets of the South Mysteries” series. I’ve enjoyed each one, even though mysteries are not my go-to genre to read.
Private investigator Nate Price and Isabelle finally get their chance at a honeymoon, but it doesn’t turn into the cozy romantic getaway they’d hoped for. Isabelle’s ex-husband shows up in the same town. A frantic call from his current wife sends Isabelle looking for answers
While the boss is away, Beth Kirby is taxed with teaching PI new-hire Michael Preston the ropes on a seemingly cut-and-dried suicide case. But the case proves anything other than cut-and-dried when Michael’s computer sleuthing skills uncover more past than he bargained for.
I highly recommend reading these stories in order, beginning with “Midnight on the Mississippi” and then “What Happened on Beale Street” since the reader is introduced to many of the characters in this previous books. Judging by the ending of this one … there will be a book four in the future!
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