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It's spring in the South Carolina Low Country, the azaleas are in bloom and tourists are flocking to Pinckney Plantation.
But so is trouble. Ex-beauty queen and wannabe actress MaryMar (nee Mary Martha Futch) has returned to Indigo Island to play a starring role in a relative's wedding. But she claims someone is trying to kill her.
Cousins Lindsey, Margaret Ann, and Bonnie don't have time for a diva who's being stalked. After all, Margaret Ann's directing the wedding of the year at Pinckney, and Lindsey and Bonnie are her reluctant minions.
When a dead body turns up at the Gatortorium, the island's newest attraction, and MaryMar goes missing, the cousins once again don their sleuthing caps.
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Caroline Cousins is a pseudonym for Meg Herndon, her sister Gail Greer, and Nancy Pate, their one-and-a-half first cousin (their mamas are sisters and their daddies are first cousins).From Booklist:
Three cousins, Lindsey, Margaret Ann ("Mam"), and Bonnie, solve a murder on the fictional island of Indigo, South Carolina, in their second adventure. When they attend the opening of the Gatortorium, they find a woman passed out in one of the public bathrooms. The woman, Lorna Spivey, who later dies, turns out to be the look-alike and personal assistant of former beauty queen Mary Martha "MaryMar" Futch. While the police investigate, Lindsey must keep the annoying MaryMar hidden in her home to protect her from the person who may be trying to kill her. The cousins make amiable cozy characters, with plenty of humorous banter, and the author evokes a strong sense of place. (The details of the extravagant wedding Mam is planning with the demanding mother of the bride provide an entertaining diversion.) Unfortunately, Lindsey, the narrator, is less defined as a character than are her two cousins, and the three of them seem to stumble into the solution of the murder rather than solve it. Still, this is an enjoyable romp written by three women who are themselves cousins. Sue O'Brien
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