Who Killed the Queen of Clubs?
Beskrivelse: A Thoroughly Southern Mystery #7'Patricia Sprinkle is a modern master of the classic cozy mystery.' --Nancy PickardState bridge champ, Edie Whelan, may win card games, but the hand that life deals her isn't quiet as rosy. But she has her job at the library and her beautiful thousand-acre pecan grove-a stressful life, but an acceptable one. But then the pecan grove's foreman suddenly diesand then Edie goes too-and not from natural causes. Now, county magistrate Mac Yarbrough is on the case to prove the foreman's son innocent of murder, and figure out who's got a card up their sleeve'Sprinkle entertains and enchants her readers. Her characters are so real you'll find yourself believing you grew up with them.' -Christian Retailing'Sprinkle has a real eye for regional culture and traditions. . . . She tackles weighty subject matter with a steady hand and a reassuring touch.'-Atlanta Journal Constitution'Sprinkle has a gift for developing a full, rich world.' -Publisher's Weekly
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