A Southern Socialite Wedding, Uninvited Relatives of Poor Relations, and a Dead Body.
Yep, Your Standard Run-of-the-Mill Southern Get Together.
Scott Wallace, editor of the Keowah County Bugle and Banner, was too busy chasing bigger stories than to have to cover a fluff-piece of a local socialite wedding. Granted Pierce’s Crossing, Georgia’s news beat wasn’t like Metro Atlanta’s. But anything was better than wasting his writing talents on mine numbing what the bride wore pieces.
Meredith Kendrick, daughter of successful local businessman, John Ross Kendrick,wedding was the wedding of the year. One would venture to go as far as to say century. And John’s social climbing wife, Merilee, was sure every one knew it.
Scott already had the piece written and all he needed were the details for the fill-in-the blank spots. One short interview and he would have his publisher off his back and could move on to more journalistic endeavors. Nothing was never as easy as it seemed, Scott should have realized that fact before the first sit-down interview.
A run-of-the mill assignment becomes entangled with Kendrick family secrets, three uninvited guest from Mississippi who claim to be distant relatives, and one dead body. At this point, Scott no longer cares about butter cream frosting. His focus is on who are the mysterious guest, the identity of the deceased, and who was responsible for the untimely demise.
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