Louisiana hat maker Missy DuBois is making a name for
herself veiling Southern brides-to-be with her
sophisticated designs. She’s also gaining a reputation
for unveiling murderers . . .
Missy is shocked when she sees the asking price for the
Sweetwater mansion . . . in a good way. With business
thriving at Crowning Glory, it would be nice to set up
shop surrounded by alabaster columns and gleaming
mahogany. The Southern connections only deepen when it
turns out the real estate agent is Mellette Babineaux, a
college classmate and sorority sister. But when Missy
drags her best friend Bo along to the mansion for a
second look, they barely make it past the live oaks
before they discover Mellette’s dead body in a shed.
for the sake of her college friend, Missy finds herself
investigating everyone from a superstitious Cajun
caretaker to a Rolls Royce-driving billionaire—and
finding that lots of closet space can mean lots of
skeletons, too . . .