Miss Julia Lays Down the Law: A Novel

April 2, 2016 - Comment

It’s up to Miss Julia to sort out the murder of a know-it-all newcomer in the 16th installment of the New York Times–bestselling series   It’s November and Miss Julia is looking forward to some quiet time before the holidays. That is, until snobby Connie Clayborn and her rich husband move to town. At first, Miss

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It’s up to Miss Julia to sort out the murder of a know-it-all newcomer in the 16th installment of the New York Times–bestselling series
 
It’s November and Miss Julia is looking forward to some quiet time before the holidays. That is, until snobby Connie Clayborn and her rich husband move to town. At first, Miss Julia and the other A-list ladies are pleased to be invited over for coffee, but the afternoon turns into a slap in the face when their hostess spouts nonstop criticism of Abbotsville. How dare she? Days later, Miss Julia decides to confront Connie woman to woman, but when she arrives, Connie is lying on the kitchen floor—lifeless, in a pool of blood. Who could have done this? Miss Julia will need to find out fast—particularly because her fingerprints are now all over the crime scene. . . .
 
Laugh-out-loud funny, heartwarming, and uplifting, Miss Julia Lays Down the Law finds everyone’s favorite steel magnolia tackling her most rousing—and arresting—escapade yet.

Comments

Susan Snodgrass says:

Miss Julia Is In Fine Form Once More!!! Ann Ross has written her 16th Miss Julia novel and each one is still fresh and new. Some authors just don’t have the knack for that and after so many years of writing, they lose their edge and start writing poorly. Not Ann Ross! Miss Julia is in fine form in this 16th novel, too. She very nearly gets arrested and takes it upon herself, at one point, to prove her innocence, with the usual results! 

Judy M. Cisom says:

Miss Julia does it again! I love Miss Julia books! The plot in this one was good but also with Miss Julia books, it is the characters and their reactions, conversationsand ideas that make the bookvery enjoyable.. I am from the South and I feel I that have met all of these people. Thanks, Ann, for the wonderful experience of being in Miss Julia’s world once again.

L. Burns says:

Miss Julia #16: Bad manners can be deadly Cooler temperatures are not the only thing November brings to Abbotsville – a newcomer has decided to take the town by storm. Wealthy Connie Clayborn is a northern transplant and finds that the town is just not up to her standards, and she’s not shy about doling out the criticism. 

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