Atlanta columnist Kate Mulcay is running out of Southern hospitality as a pair of distant relatives prolong their surprise visit. But freeloading houseguests are the least of her problems when a neighbor is found bludgeoned to death, and the police name Kate as the prime suspect.
"Celestine Sibley is one of the South's natural wonders." Pat Conroy, bestselling author of Prince of Tides
"[Sibley's] regional voice lulls us with reassurances that decent country people will survive alljust so long as there are spunky heroines like Kate Mulcay around to fight the good fight for them." The New York Times Book Review