Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Review: Doing it at the Dixie Dew by Ruth Moose

Beth returns home to North Carolina after her grandmother dies and opens up her house as a B&B.  She is still in the process of renovations but open for business.  One of her first guests is the last of an old town family returned after many years away.  During her first night at the B&B, she is murdered, causing even more problems for Beth.  Soon after, the local Priest is murdered and Beth is searching for the truth.

I really enjoyed this story.  It is full of southern charm and flavor and I am rooting for Beth who is determined to make a go of it and full of drive.  I also, really enjoy her friend and handyman - Scott who adds a bit of fun and romance to the mix.

She makes some unwise choices along the way but I really look forward to more adventures with her and some of the colorful residents and guests.

Terri

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