Father’s Day Murder by Leslie Meier
“Mothers everywhere will identify with Lucy Stone and the domestic problems she encounters.” —Publishers Weekly
When her part-time reporting gig gives Lucy the opportunity to attend a Boston newspaper conference, she looks forward to the vacation from domestic bliss. But upon leaving Tinker’s Cove, she quickly discovers that alone time can be kind of. . .lonely. And in between libel workshops and panel discussions, Lucy takes a guilt trip. She feels terrible that she won’t be home to help her husband celebrate Father’s Day.
But when Luther Read–head of a nearly bankrupt newspaper dynasty–suddenly drops dead, Lucy has other things to think about. Murder, for instance. She’s not buying the theory that Luther died of an asthma attack. The man just had too many enemies. Always the intrepid snoop, Lucy vows to investigate. But she can’t help wondering if her name will end up on a byline–or in an obit. . .
“I like Lucy Stone a lot, and so will readers.” –Carolyn Hart
Leslie Meier writes with sparkle and warmth.” —Chicago Sun-Times
“A truly American version of the English cozy.” —Tulsa World