A Composition in Murder
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“Cherry Tucker is a strong, sassy, Southern sleuth who keeps you on the edge of your seat.” – Tonya Kappes, USA Today Bestselling Author
“Anyone who likes humorous mysteries will also enjoy local author Larissa Reinhart, who captures small town Georgia in the laugh-out-loud escapades of struggling artist Cherry Tucker.” – Fayette Woman Magazine
At Halo House, Cherry Tucker finds the tea deadly sweet…
With a new art teaching gig at Halo House—Halo, Georgia’s posh independent living home—and Halo society scrutinizing her family and her love life, Cherry Tucker needs to stay out of trouble. However, her sleuthing skills are sought out by Halo House’s most famous resident: Belvia Brakeman, the ninety-year-old, blind CEO and founder of Meemaw’s Tea. Belvia confides in Cherry that the family tea empire is in jeopardy. The CEO suspects her daughter, the COO, has been murdered and she might be next. Her offer is hard to refuse, but will have Cherry treading on Forks County Sheriff toes, namely her personal Deputy Heartache, Luke Harper.
Amid her town troubles, can Cherry put her reputation, romance, and life on the line for the final request of a sweet tea tycoon? While she juggles senior citizen shenanigans, small-town politics, and corporate family scandals, Cherry finds the sweet tea business cutthroat in more ways than one.
Books in the Cherry Tucker Humorous Mystery Series:
• QUICK SKETCH (Novella prequel to PORTRAIT in HEARTACHE MOTEL) • PORTRAIT OF A DEAD GUY (#1) • STILL LIFE IN BRUNSWICK STEW (#2) • HIJACK IN ABSTRACT (#3) • DEATH IN PERSPECTIVE (#4) • THE BODY IN THE LANDSCAPE (#5) • A COMPOSITION IN MURDER (#6)
Part of the Henery Press Mystery Series Collection, if you like one, you'll probably like them all…
A 2015 Georgia Author of the Year Best Mystery finalist, Larissa Reinhart writes the Cherry Tucker Mystery Series. The first in the series, Portrait of a Dead Guy, was a 2012 Daphne du Maurier finalist, 2012 The Emily finalist, and 2011 Dixie Kane Memorial winner. Her family and Cairn Terrier, Biscuit, now live in Nagoya, Japan, but they still call Georgia home. Visit her website, find her chatting on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Goodreads, or join her Facebook street team, The Mystery Minions.