Pearls and Poison
by Duffy Brown
A great mystery with lots of laugh and humor along the way.
~A Date With A Book
Reagan and her antics really keep a person entertained.
~Melina’s Book Blog
If you like your mysteries on the zany side, as I certainly do, this book and series is for you!
~Cozy Up With Kathy
With an eye for detail, Brown brings the reader into the story and holds them spellbound.
~Thoughts in Progress
This was a fun cozy mystery with a lot packed into one book.
~A Year of Jubilee Reviews
I LOVED this book. Loved, loved, loved it.
~Psychotic State Book Reviews
This is one of my favorite cozy series! With the colorful characters and Southern background….each book is hard to put down!
~My Recent Favorite Reads
Brown has created delightfully humorous characters.
Great characters, wonderful setting, a believable plot, southern charm, sassy dialogue and humor all add up to make this one fine cozy.
~Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book
I would love to go out drinking and have martini’s with these characters.
~Deal Sharing Aunt
Duffy is an excellent writer and just gets better with this addition to the series.
~Sapphyria’s Book Reviews
I just loved it! The characters were fun and the mystery was spot on.
Pearls and Poison
(A Consignment Shop Mystery)
3rd in Series
Publisher: Berkley (March 4, 2014)
Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
E-Book: ASIN: B00EOARZMS
It’s election time in Savannah, Georgia, and Judge Guillotine Gloria—aka Reagan Summerside’s mom—is neck and neck in the polls with Kip “Scummy” Seymour. But the already dirty campaign is about to get downright filthy—with one candidate getting buried six feet under .
With her strong opinions and knack for getting into trouble, Reagan is not an ideal volunteer for her mother’s alderman campaign. Plus, she’d rather be running her consignment shop, the Prissy Fox, and eating doughnuts with her dog, Bruce Willis. But when her mother’s opponent, Kip, is found poisoned and her mother is pegged as a suspect, Reagan nominates herself as lead murder investigator.
Reagan is intent on finding Kip’s killer and clearing her mother’s good name, but she soon finds herself on the bad side of Kip’s enemies-turned-suspects. This time, no amount of costumes and makeup can keep her inconspicuous and out of danger. Because the closer Reagan gets to the truth, the hotter things get .
About This Author
Duffy Brown loves anything with a mystery. While others girls dreamed of dating Brad Pitt, Duffy longed to take Sherlock Holmes to the prom. She has two cats, Spooky and Dr. Watson, her license plate is Sherlock and she conjures up who-done-it stories of her very own for Berkley Prime Crime. Duffy’s national bestselling Consignment Shop Mystery series is set in Savannah and the Cyclepath Mysteries are set on Mackinac Island. Duffy writes romance as Dianne Castell and is a USA Today bestselling author.
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Comment on “Pearls and Poison by Duffy Brown”
Thanks so much for having me and Pearls and Poison at escape with Dolly, I really appreciate it. Nothing more fun than chatting good food, fun characters and a few dead bodies along the way. Hugs, Duffy.