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A Meg Langslow Mystery (Book 33)
Meg is taste-testing Michael's latest batch of Arnold Palmers and watching the hummingbirds when her hopes for a relaxing early summer morning are dashed. Her grandmother, shows up, trailed by a nosy reporter who is writing a feature on her for a genteel Southern ladies' magazine. Cordelia drafts Meg to accompany her and Deacon Washington of the New Life Baptist Church in their search for a long-lost cemetery. What they discover is not an ancient cemetery but a fresh corpse. Can Meg protect her grandmother from the reporter who seems to see the worst in everything and crack the case before the killer finds another victim?