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Patricia Anne would swear that either she or her sister Mary Alice were switched at birth, except they were both born at home.Flashy, flirtatious Mary Alice is one foot taller, twice the body weight of Patricia Anne, and three times as likely to do something completely off the wall. But now Mary Alice's impulsive behavior has land them both in the Birmingham jail!

It all begins with a call from their good friend Mitzi Phizer, who's starting an investment club -- kind of a Beardstown Ladies group. Patricia Anne is willing to make a small, conservative investment in a thriving chain of HMOs; Mary Alice is hot to trot to put her money on Viagra. But before the club idea gets off the ground, the sisters spot Mitzi's supposedly faithful husband in a chummy little huddle with a redhead -- and the next thing they know, Arthur is accused of murdering the mystery woman. Nothing about the whole sordid story fits the kind, gently Arthur, and Patricia Anne is doing her best to console her good friends. But when their house catches on fire, and Arthur is shot in a place that won't allow him to even sit down at his own murder trial, the sisters know they have to stand up for the poor fellow. And that means checking out everyone -- from low-down cads to highbrow bank presidents -- to find a no good gun-toting arsonist who believes big money is to kill for.

Published: HarperCollins on Feb 24, 2009
ISBN: 9780061849763
List price: $7.99
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Sister and Mouse are joining a women's investment club and settling down after their last adventure, when Mouse's neighbor is arrested for murdering his first wife. Mouse knows that mild mannered Arthur Phizer could not possibly have done it. When it becomes obvious that someone is trying to kill Arthur, the sisters can't help but get involved. We meet some new characters and learn a bit more about the sisters. I just love them. I will hate to get to the last book. They are just so funny.read more
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Another in the Southern Sisters series.In this episode, Patricia Anne's next door neighbor, Mitzi Phizer, invites the sisters to join a ladies' investment club that's just now forming, patterned after the Beardstown Ladies. But just before the first meeting, the girls spot Mitzi's husband of 40 years, Arthur, in a corner booth at the Hunan Hut restaurant, holding hands with a pretty blonde woman. Before the girls can finish their own lunch, the mystery blonde has collapsed, gone into convulsions and died. Days later, after Mitzi has wept and shared secrets at Patricia Anne's kitchen table, Arthur is arrested for murder. But when the Phizer's house catches fire in the middle of the night, and poor Arthur gets shot in a place no one wants to be shot in, the sisters know they have to do something to help. Everybody involved seems to have a secret and there's a lot of digging to be done to get to the bottom of this one.Again, this was a good little read and I enjoyed it.read more
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Sister and Mouse are joining a women's investment club and settling down after their last adventure, when Mouse's neighbor is arrested for murdering his first wife. Mouse knows that mild mannered Arthur Phizer could not possibly have done it. When it becomes obvious that someone is trying to kill Arthur, the sisters can't help but get involved. We meet some new characters and learn a bit more about the sisters. I just love them. I will hate to get to the last book. They are just so funny.
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Another in the Southern Sisters series.In this episode, Patricia Anne's next door neighbor, Mitzi Phizer, invites the sisters to join a ladies' investment club that's just now forming, patterned after the Beardstown Ladies. But just before the first meeting, the girls spot Mitzi's husband of 40 years, Arthur, in a corner booth at the Hunan Hut restaurant, holding hands with a pretty blonde woman. Before the girls can finish their own lunch, the mystery blonde has collapsed, gone into convulsions and died. Days later, after Mitzi has wept and shared secrets at Patricia Anne's kitchen table, Arthur is arrested for murder. But when the Phizer's house catches fire in the middle of the night, and poor Arthur gets shot in a place no one wants to be shot in, the sisters know they have to do something to help. Everybody involved seems to have a secret and there's a lot of digging to be done to get to the bottom of this one.Again, this was a good little read and I enjoyed it.
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