Death Crashes the Party, Vickie Fee

25575547As someone with experience as an event planner, I completely understand the challenges, the frustrations, and the moments that make you feel like you are going to kill someone. I’m happy to say that I have never actually followed through with the impulse. Neither has Dixie, TN party planner Liv McKay. She has, however, stumbled upon two bodies while planning a fortieth anniversary party of a pair of high maintenance clients. Before you can whistle Dixie, Liv and her best friend Di are looking for clues to who killed a pair of brothers.

Their investigation becomes even more desperate and intense when Liv’s father-in-law and husband become suspects pulled in for questioning. In a small town where everybody knows everybody (and their business), Liv and Di need to follow every clue and breadcrumb in order to catch a killer.

Death Crashes the Party is chock full of wry humor and a pair of sly Southern sleuths. The story seems straightforward — right up until the sharp turn off the path of suspicion that leads Liv and Di to a place no one could have seen coming. A great read!

About the Author
13938985.jpgVickie Fee is the author of the Liv and Di in Dixie mystery series, published by Kensington. The first entry, Death Crashes the Party, releases December 29, 2015. Vickie grew up in Memphis on a steady diet of Nancy Drew, daydreams and sweet tea. She now lives in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan with her husband. If she cranes her neck slightly, she can see Lake Superior from her office/guest room, where she is hard at work on her next novel.

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