Lowcountry Bordello (Liz Talbot Series #4)

Lowcountry Bordello (Liz Talbot Series #4)

by Susan M. Boyer


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ISBN-13: 9781943390175
Publisher: Henery Press
Publication date: 10/01/2015
Series: Liz Talbot Mystery Series , #4
Pages: 266
Sales rank: 328,888
Product dimensions: 5.10(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.80(d)

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Lowcountry Bordello 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The plot certainly keeps your interest. The relationships of the main and supporting characters feel realistic. A mystery with a bit of fun.
GratefulGrandma More than 1 year ago
I am really enjoying this series. Liz and Nate are finally getting married. It is going to be a Christmas wedding and they are finishing up their last case before the big event when Liz gets a call from Olivia. When Olivia, in tears, says she needs Liz right away, she heads off to Charleston to see what is the matter. Arriving at Olivia's great aunt Dean's house, she is told that Olivia's husband is dead inside the house. When they enter, there is no body, no blood and the room is fine. Is Olivia going crazy or is there a mystery here. Liz is smart, dedicated, and funny, even while dealing with her uptight wedding planner, her mother and trying to help Olivia out. The house is a high-end bordello and it turns out that Olivia is a half owner. Nate is very present in this book and it is nice to see him play such a huge part. Nate is a true partner in the story, both in the business and as a support to Liz as her future husband. The wedding plans kept interrupting the investigation which reminded us that Liz and Nate are working hard to have somewhat of a normal life. Once again her family are there to support and help her wherever they can. Sonny, her contact in the Charleston PD showed another side as well. He got quite upset with Liz and went behind her at one point. Nice to see he is not a total pushover. The murder mystery was cleverly plotted, as were how the bordello was started and how it was run by the great aunt. It was an interesting premise based on how expensive these older homes are to maintain. The ending was fantastic. It was totally plausible and the facts in the story backed it up, but did not totally give it away while reading. It is nice that she is able to pull off the supernatural bits with Colleen's presence. I love that Liz is finally going to be able to tell Nate about her spirit friend. Another wonderful addition to the Liz Talbot Mystery Series. I am ready to start on the next one.