Dirty Laundry - Liliana Hart

Dirty Laundry

By Liliana Hart

  • Release Date: 2018-02-27
  • Genre: Women Sleuths
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 83 Ratings

Description

A new novel in the New York Times bestselling series…

Coroner JJ Graves and her husband, Sheriff Jack Lawson, are back on the job when the body of an elderly woman is found in Bloody Mary. Rosalyn McGowen is everyone’s favorite great-grandmother. She always has baked treats in her bag, she smells of roses, and she takes in stray cats. No one knows who could hurt a sweet old lady. But Rosalyn isn’t exactly as she seems. Every Thursday, Rosalyn secretly posts The Bloody Mary Tattler on social media, and it has everyone in town both captivated and horrified. When Rosalyn’s secret is discovered along with her body, it’s not easy for JJ to determine her death as a homicide. But it’s not long before they discover the list of suspects is endless and Rosalyn didn’t exactly take all of her secrets to the grave.

Reviews

  • Dirty Laundry

    5
    By Mama Wosch
    Jack and JJ make a great team. You will think you know who the murderer is but do you know why? Read this novel and find out who done it!
  • Disappointing

    2
    By EvilMother
    The story was almost there, but there were way to many references to things that had happened previously without enough explanation. It was a good while in between books, so some more refresher detail would have been helpful. The most disappointing was the editing errors. There were a few in the last book, but a bunch in this one! It's very distracting when you are reading but the sentence makes no sense. This needs to be re edited and an updated version released. I feel a little cheated that I paid $5.99. I genuinely like this character but found this story short and ultimately unfulfilling and that's a bummer because it had such potential.
  • Naughty Neighbors

    4
    By SaraB-NJ
    Another great addition to the series with a grizzly Bloody Mary mystery and more of the Graves family intrigue, but WOW the typos. Could use a quick review by a proof reader!

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