Drop Dead Divas [NOOK Book]

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Welcome to a genteel world of pimento cheese finger sandwiches, tall libations in frosted glasses, stiletto heels, aging southern-belle sisterhood, and murder . . .
In Dixie Divas, Trinket Truevine, her pal Bitty and their raucous divas friends in the historic small town of Holly Springs, Mississippi, solved the murder of Bitty's ex-senator husband, Phillip. Now, in Drop Dead Divas, the Divas are sleuthing again. Their pal Naomi Spencer has been accused of murdering her fiance,...
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Drop Dead Divas

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Overview

Welcome to a genteel world of pimento cheese finger sandwiches, tall libations in frosted glasses, stiletto heels, aging southern-belle sisterhood, and murder . . .
In Dixie Divas, Trinket Truevine, her pal Bitty and their raucous divas friends in the historic small town of Holly Springs, Mississippi, solved the murder of Bitty's ex-senator husband, Phillip. Now, in Drop Dead Divas, the Divas are sleuthing again. Their pal Naomi Spencer has been accused of murdering her fiance, drag race champion Race Champion. Soon, Naomi turns up dead, too. Talk about a fly in the martini . . .
Join the bawdy fun as Trinket, Bitty and the gang unravel another small-town mystery.
Virginia Brown is the acclaimed author of more than fifty romance and mystery novels.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781935661801
  • Publisher: BelleBooks, Inc.
  • Publication date: 11/2/2010
  • Series: Dixie Divas Series , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 107,091
  • File size: 559 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2013

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    Harriet klausner just has to ruin a book with her cliff note plot spoilers. This poster should be banned from posting and all her so calked reviews deleted. She delights in revealing every detail of a book.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2011

    AWESOME!

    Thought I had it figured out, then came the twist! A very enjoyable read.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2011

    just as good as the first

    the first sentence gets you hooked and keeps your attention for the entire book. Bitty and Trinket are a hoot...bless their hearts.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 22, 2011

    laughter rules!

    Just as good as the first book. There's a scene that not only has you rolling on the floor - after catching your breath - you have to read it again! I'm waiting the the next installment.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 29, 2013

    Nightmare Rarity chapter 17

    "Who cares?" Rainbow said, rolling her eyes." Anyways, bad news is Celestias been turnee to stone." Everypony gasped." Why cant you fix her with your magic?" Asked Pinkie. Luna sighed." Its a nearly permanant spell. The worse bews is, Nightmare Raritys loose again, and she seemed to be heading to Los Pegasus this time." Fluttershys eyes widend." Los Pegasus?!" She gasped." Derpy is vacationing there! Remember, Dashie?" Suddenly Rainbows eyes widened in fear, too." No! How dare Rarity go there! She'll destroy everything, including Derpy and everypony else if we dont move fast!" Twilights horn glowed, and they were teleported to Los Pegasus. <p> meanwhile... <p> Rarity flew fast as lightning. Turning Celestia to stone made her even more powerful. Now that Celestia was gone, it would be forever night, making it eaisier for her to sneak around. Finally she stopped to rest for the night, laying down in the middle of a wide feild. A shooting star passed overhead, and the real Rarity inside wished only to be good again. Slowly closing her eyes, the Nightmares dreams were filled with evil plots and fire... burning buildings... and suddenly she felt something kick her in the side. Firing a Stone spell, she jumped to her hooves, ready to battle whatever had disturbed her.

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  • Posted February 13, 2013

    Love the series, laugh and have a bit of mystery. Light hearted

    Love the series, laugh and have a bit of mystery. Light hearted read, but great story. Very entertaining read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2012

    Buy it!

    What a fun book!

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  • Posted October 10, 2011

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    The plot was ok - but the dialog was hilarious

    Trinket had absolutely no trouble staying out of trouble for most of her life but since she's moved back home it all just seems to be tearing down her door. Of course, she'll readily admit that most of it centers around her cousin, Bitty.

    Bitty knows no such thing. It's not her fault that she's being accused of murder, for the second time in less than a year. Nor was it Bitty's fault, that the corpse was shot at the funeral. Oh, and the food fight at the Diva meeting? Well, that just wasn't how it seemed...

    Ugh, Trinket has her work cut out for her this time... Maybe she should find a hobby or a job so she's not quite so available when Bitty wants to investigate.

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  • Posted November 4, 2010

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    readers who enjoy a lighthearted regional murder mystery will want to read this

    The dozen Dixie Divas travel from their hometown of Cherryhill, Mississippi to visit historical Holly Springs to help a fellow spirit in trouble with the law. Notorious back home for their misadventures caused they insist by mixing chocolate with alcohol, the stiletto heeled aging southern-belles are musketeers with one for all and all for one. In spite of "Bitty" Truevine shouting in a public café where gossip roams faster than Twitter that the slut needs to be strangled, the sisterhood posses come to the aid of bad girl Naomi Spencer, who's in trouble with the law.

    Led by the Truevine siblings, "Trinket" and Bitty, the crew plans to take the town by storm by trying to prove Naomi is innocent of murdering her fiancé, drag racing superstar Race Champion. Naomi swears she has done a lot of questionable things in her life, but being a slut does not include homicide of especially someone she relishes going around the track with her style. However, even before the dozen can drink a ton of martinis, someone kills Naomi. The Divas investigate the two homicides while turning upside down the town of Holly Springs.

    Having solved one mystery (see The Dixie Divas), the amateur sleuth crew feels invincible as each of them believes they are a cross between Steel Magnolias and Helen Reddy's I Am Woman. Amusing and eccentric, readers who enjoy a lighthearted regional murder mystery will want to accompany the dirty dozen as they investigate two murders upsetting everyone in their path including a killer, sip martinis, and chow on chocolate.

    Harriet Klausner

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