The third book in the Bailey Ruth series is a perfect light mystery! The unusual set-up, Bailey Ruth’s interest and delight in fashion and her wardrobe, her constant missteps but determination, great humor and dialogue make this a wonderful mystery you can’t put down. You also won’t be able to stop laughing.

When Bailey Ruth Raeburn from Adelaide, Okla., and her husband died, they found themselves in heaven. She loves working with the Department of Good Intentions to solve mysteries on Earth, but she does have trouble with the rules, like staying out of sight. Wiggins, head of the department, sends her back to Adelaide to protect Kay Clark. Kay is investigating the death of a man she loved but never married. With his sister, housekeeper, a young girl, his nephew and a con-artist psychic all living in the family mansion, there is no shortage of suspects. Will Bailey Ruth be able to help? (MORROW, Oct., 288 pp., $19.99)
Reviewed by: 
Page Traynor