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Image of Late Edition (Godmothers)


Image of Late Edition (Godmothers)

It’s always fun when the Godmothers have a new project in the works, but this time, if the Godmothers don’t get it right, they could lose one of their own. That doesn’t mean it’s all doom and gloom; chuckles are always part of the plot when the girls get together and readers are going to feel as comfortable as they would be visiting an old friend. Whoever thought the “golden years” were boring never met the Godmothers.

Ever since Sophie convinced her friends to start holding séances in their Los Angeles dining room, things have gotten more interesting for Toots and her friends. When Ida’s late husband makes an appearance to say he was murdered, Toots decides it’s time for them to take a trip to Charleston to see what they can find out. Of course, the main mystery is only a small part of the fun as Toots becomes involved with a bakery and the girls try to figure out why Mavis has been acting so odd. (KENSINGTON, Sep., 282 pp., $15.00)
Reviewed by: 
Pat Cooper