Murder Wears A Red Hat

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Imagine Sukie Davis's surprise and outrage when, after years of silence following their divorce, she receives a letter telling her that her ex-husband, who lives in Charleston with his fourth wife, is seeking to annul their forty-year-old Catholic marriage. Since they had two daughters during that marriage she doesn't understand how this is possible. After discussing the situation with her friends, retired teachers like herself who all belong to the same Red Hat Society, Sukie and her best friend decide to drive ...

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Imagine Sukie Davis's surprise and outrage when, after years of silence following their divorce, she receives a letter telling her that her ex-husband, who lives in Charleston with his fourth wife, is seeking to annul their forty-year-old Catholic marriage. Since they had two daughters during that marriage she doesn't understand how this is possible. After discussing the situation with her friends, retired teachers like herself who all belong to the same Red Hat Society, Sukie and her best friend decide to drive south for a confrontation with her "ex" and closure to an unhappy portion of her life. When she starts out on her quest Sukie little dreams that she will stumble over two dead bodies, be caught in a hurricane, be drugged at the hands of possible criminals, and encounter a host of other adventures that even a fun-loving Red Hat Society member could only imagine!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781413788679
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 10/31/2005
  • Pages: 250
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.57 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2006

    Great Fun

    This book was fun to read! Mary Savidge certainly should write more of them. I envision a whole series of 'Red Hat' stories about the escapades of Sukie and her buddies. I also see a tremendous audience in the baby boomer generation and I am sure the Red Hat Societies around the country will make it a must read for their members. Great job!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2005

    From the back cover ...

    Imagine Sukie Davis's surprise and outrage when, after years of silence following their divorce, she receives a letter telling her that her ex-husband, who lives in Charleston with his fourth wife, is seeking to annul their forty-year-old Catholic marriage. Since they had two daughters during that marriage, she doesn't understand how this is possible. After discussing the situation with her friends, retired teachers like herself who all belong to the same Red Hat Society, Sukie and her best friend decide to drive south for a confrontation with her 'ex' and closure to an unhappy portion of her life. When she starts out on her quest Sukie little dreams that she will stumble over two dead bodies, be caught in a hurricane, be drugged at the hands of possible criminals, and encounter a host of other adventures that even a fun-loving Red Hat Society member could only imagine!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2006

    Enjoyable

    This is an easy reading mystery with some incisive character analysis. The tail-gating description is fun for Penn State fans, along with geographical observations of ridge and valley Pennsylvania.

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