Thanksgiving with her fault-finding mother has Odelia Grey stewing in her own juices. But her husband’s cousin Ina—who shows up to dinner alone with ugly bruises—clearly has it worse. Things quickly go downhill after Odelia’s mother decides to extend her visit a few extra days to attend a storage auction with Ina, who owns a consignment shop. The day of the auction, the thrill of bargain hunting gives way to tragedy when Ina’s husband is found inside a storage locker—dead.
Praise: “[A] real treat for chick-lit and mystery fans who like feisty women.”—Library Journal (starred review)
“I’d like to spend more time with Sue Ann Jaffarian’s Odelia.”—Publishers Weekly
“[T]ight plotting, first-class humor, and vivid descriptions.”—Kathleen Hennrikus for the New York Journal of Books
“Plus-size reading pleasure—try this one on!”—Lee Child, New York Times bestselling author of the Jack Reacher novels
“[A]n intriguing, well-plotted mystery that will entertain and inspire.”—The Strand Magazine
In Dan Brown’s novel The Lost Symbol, Freemasons are portrayed as a mysterious group of conspirators who have been secretly ruling America from its very creation. Of course, we have to remember that this is a fictional book, which uses certain elements of truth in a creative way in order to develop the storyline of the novel.
Freemasonry is a... read this article