Soon after arriving in Sugartree, Arkansas--where she spent many lazy, languid childhood summers--Benni discovers that there's something seriously sinister brewing in this usually peaceful small town. Two churches are planning on merging, but the thought of a racially mixed congregation is just a little too much for some people to handle. And Benni's downright worried about her friend, Amen, as the first black woman to run for mayor, she's taking a lot of heat from a gang of ruthless white supremacists. One of whom just happens to be her powerful opponent's seriously troubled son...Who just happens to get himself killed, AND who had more enemies than Benni ever imagined.
Soon after arriving in Sugartree, Arkansaswhere she spent many lazy, languid childhood summersfolk art expert Benni Harper discovers that there's something seriously sinister brewing in this usually-peaceful town...
Earlene Fowler was raised in La Puente, California, by a Southern mother and a Western father. She lives in Southern California with her husband, Allen, a large number of quilts, and twenty pairs of cowboy boots.
"Thoughtfully written [and] laugh-out-loud funny." Ventura County Star
"Winning...Fowler delivers cozy entertainment without resorting to unrealistically syrupy solutions." Publishers Weekly
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