Murder Unmentionable-Meg London

Murder Unmentionable

Meg London

Berkley Prime Crime, Sep 4 2012, $7.99

ISBN: 9780425251577

 

In Manhattan Emma Taylor was Femme Magazine’s stylist while her boyfriend Guy Richard was an internationally acclaimed photographer.  The small town southerner enjoyed the Big Apple until she caught Guy serial cheating with models.  She dumped him, quit her fashionista job and moved into her Aunt Arabella’s home in Paris, Tennessee.

 

Emma plans to turn her aunt’s lingerie shop Sweet Nothings into a unique experience for customers by selling vintage.  A contended Emma is shocked when Guy comes to town as the only Paris he would visit is in France.  He pleads with her to come back with him and offers her a dream job she can’t refuse.  They meet for dinner but model Nikki is all over Guy so Emma leaves.  The next morning, Emma wakes up to find Aunt Arabella standing near Guy’s corpse on the floor.  The police, encouraged by an officer who loathes Emma for rejecting him years ago, suspect her of killing Guy.  Desperate she investigates but a second homicide diminishes her suspect pool while the local law enforcement continues to look at her as a person of interest.

 

The first Sweet Lingerie whodunit is an entertaining regional amateur sleuth as Meg London captures the essence of a small southern town’s quirkiness especially the difficulty to hide secrets when everyone knows everyone; yet Emma learns the townsfolk learn survival techniques as kids.  Fans will enjoy drinking Tennessee tea while reading lingerie and Murder Unmentionable.

 

Harriet Klausner

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