Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Cozy Mystery: The LaTisha Barnhart Mystery Series by S. Dionne Moore

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LaTisha Barnhart's bunions tell her something's afoot as she delves deeper into the murder of her former employer, Marion Peters. When LaTisha becomes a suspect, the ante i upped, and she is determined to clear her name and find the real culprit.

She's burping Mark Hamm's bad cooking to investigate his beef with Marion and getting her hair styled at a high falutin' beauty parlor to see what has Regina Rogane in a snarl. She's playing self-appointed matchmaker between the police chief and a prime suspect and thinking Payton O'Mahney's music store lease might be the reason he's singing out of tune when discussion of Marion's murder arises. LaTisha's thinking she just might use the reward money to have her bunions surgically removed. But she's got to catch the crook first. 

Polly Dent Loses Grip on the treadmill and takes a fatal spill that's ruled an accident.

While helping her mother-in-law move into Bridgeton Towers Assisted Living & Nursing, LaTisha Barnhart's nose smells trouble simmering. The residents' gossip is revealing all kinds of motives for murder. 

When LaTisha faces health issues, she starts to doubt her ability to keep one step ahead of the villain. Can she stay on her achin' feet long enough to solve yet another crime? 

LaTisha’s cook overhears a hitman being hired to take out the mayor. Then said hitman turns up dead and the plot thickens like a pan of stale gravy.
Who would want to kill the mayor? And who would want to kill the killer? When LaTisha is nearly run down in broad daylight, she realizes the stakes are high. Is her goose cooked? 

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  1. Loved the soul food in this book, but of course I would!

    ~Nancy Jill

  2. I know. It's so easy for me to relate to LaTisha's love for food. It's one of the reasons I gave her diabetes to deal with in the second book. I wanted to show readers a real-life struggle, then introduce how LaTisha takes control of her love for food to help herself in the third book.