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I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.  Published by Henery Press Books via NetGalley.

The fifth book in the Liz Talbot Lowcountry mysteries.

Liz and Nate are asked to take over an investigation on the murder of Shelby Poinsett, as the previous investigator had spend 4 months and a trip to London, England and had nothing to show for the time and money spent.

The prestigious law firm of Rutledge and Radcliffe are retaining them, as they do not believe that Shelby’s husband Clint Gerhardt killed his wife, but need answers within the next couple of weeks before the jury selection can begin.

Shelby was a very rich woman, from an old Charleston family, with a passion to help others and volunteered at a homeless shelter.  She was also the leader of a one-hundred-year-old book club for the elite ladies of Charleston.

Was she murdered because she was having an affair?  A target because of her involvement with the homeless shelter?  Because of the changes she wanted to make within the Book Club?  Or something else completely?

Liz and Nate have a to race against time to find the answers…before the killer targets them!

Love this fun series.  Great set of characters, well written and plotted.  A joy to read.

5 Stars*****

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Somebody pushed Shelby Poinsett out her second-floor library window, and it wasn’t her husband. At least that’s what Charleston’s most prestigious law firm wants Liz Talbot to prove. Liz must run the spectrum of Southern society, from the local homeless shelter where Shelby volunteered to the one-hundred-year-old book club where Charleston’s genteel ladies are dying to join, to bring a killer to justice.

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