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If you think going home again is hard, try being a plus-sized PI with a troubled family legacy. But Savannah Reid is no shrinking violet. She's ready for her high school reunion, complete with mean girls, ex-beaus--and murder charges...
When Savannah Reid fled McGill, Georgia, all those years ago, everyone figured the chubby girl from the wrong side of tracks wouldn't be back. But with the hope of seeing her beloved Granny Reid, Savannah makes a triumphant return with her handsome husband on her arm, ready to face the past at her 25th high school reunion. When her old nemesis Queen of Mean Jeanette Parker shows she hasn't changed her stripes one bit, Savannah rises to the challenge--and finally comes out on top. Until Jeanette's dead body shows up in the swamp and just about everyone is ready to pin Savannah for murder....
Of course, Savannah's own Moonlight Magnolia Detective Agency comes to her rescue. But even her best buds are having trouble keeping Savannah out of jail, despite the fact that Jeanette has more than enough enemies--and quite possibly the blood of her recently deceased husband on her hands. Savannah never thought going back to school would be so hard. But she's learned a thing or two in her time away, and she's ready to finally make the grade when it comes to the ultimate high school redemption... Praise For G.A. Mckevett And The Savannah Reid Mysteries Killer Gourmet
"Engrossing...Natural dialogue and characters with real-life problems set this series well above the average cozy once again." --Publishers Weekly Killer Physique
"The mystery is intriguing." --Booklist Buried In Buttercream
"A wonderful edition to the series." --Suspense Magazine A Decadent Way To Die
"Superb." --Publishers Weekly
(Starred Review) Corpse Suzette
"Savannah's as feisty as ever." --Kirkus Reviews Murder a la Mode
"Added to a well-plotted mystery, the very funny depiction of a different side of reality television makes Murder a la Mode
a delight." --Mystery Scene Peaches And Screams
"A luscious heroine, humor, and down-home characters." --Library Journal