“Mary Beth Magee has created an engaging cast of characters in this delightful cozy mystery debut. You don’t need a green thumb to enjoy the plot twists and turns in Death in the Daylilies.”
— Cindy Sample, National Best-selling Author of Dying for a Date, Dying for a Dance and Dying for a Daiquiri.
They call themselves (LOL)4 —Little Old Ladies, Laughing Out Loud, Living Our Lives with Lots Of Love: three senior citizens with big hearts and a passion for flowers who find themselves in the middle of murder when they stumble on a dead body in a bed of daylilies. Can these ladies help the police solve the crime before they become someone’s garden mulch?
If the killer gets to them before the police get to the killer, they may be LOLD — Little Old Ladies Dead!
Join them in this cozy inspirational mystery as they try to find the culprit behind Death in the Daylilies, An (LOL)4 Mystery
|Publisher:||Mary Beth Magee|
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About the Author
She first saw her name in print as a juvenile book reviewer her hometown paper in New Orleans and hasn’t stopped writing since. Her checkered past includes stints as a telephone operator, substitute school teacher, cosmetic salesperson, home health aide, government contractor, kitchen help in a deli, real estate salesperson, office manager and corporate trainer. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, focusing on adult learning.
Her professional affiliations include Inspire Christian Writers, Picayune Writers Group, Sisters in Crime and the Mississippi Writers Guild.
Over the years, her writings have included news and feature articles for print and online publications, book and movie reviews, training materials, greeting cards, short fiction, poetry, and church bulletins. Most recently, her work has appeared in anthologies from Publishing Syndicate and Inspire Press.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
You couldn't ask for a more delightful mystery filled with wonderfully charming Southern characters and intrigue around the bend in every chapter. The story is sprinkled with Christian spirituality adding a unique depth to the storyline. I especially appreciated the incorporation of the author's research on the varieties of daylilies and the competitive growing business. I thoroughly enjoyed the chance to step into this world of Southern hospitality and friendship.