Butler Did It: The Mystery of MacGuffin's Folly (sparrow falls mystery 2):

Butler Did It: The Mystery of MacGuffin's Folly (sparrow falls mystery 2):

by Donna McLean


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The Sparrow Falls Mystery Series now includes Ms. Tilda's Favorite Recipes at the end of every book!

Bless his heart! Poor old Butler Jenks gets blamed for everything that goes wrong in the tiny town of Sparrow Falls, North Carolina. Flowers that refuse to bloom. Sinks that overflow. Fires that happen mysteriously when no one is around. When a dead body is found in a locked room with no indication of whodunit, everyone wonders if the inept Butler could also be a perpetrator of murder. Everyone except amateur sleuths Tilda and Addie, who are not entirely convinced that Butler did it!
In this clever sequel to A Distant Murder, characters fondly remembered from book #1 of the Sparrow Falls Mystery series are back and new characters introduced in a classic mystery puzzler evocative of the Golden Age of detective fiction. Please search "sparrow falls mystery" to find all titles currently available.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781987052251
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 03/20/2019
Series: sparrow falls mystery series , #2
Pages: 232
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.49(d)

About the Author

Donna McLean's new cozy mystery series has been hailed by reviewers as a return to the classic whodunit that deftly captures a small town feeling reminiscent of Miss Marple's tiny village of eccentrics, friends, secrets and crimes. The American author is a direct descendant of Highland Scots who settled the Cape Fear region of North Carolina in the late 1700s. She chose this historical Southern setting as the perfect scene for her modern-day mystery novels. Filled with friendly folks and their whimsical homes, family reunions on the grounds of ancient wooden chapels, and old fashioned graciousness and hospitality, the idyllic setting leads the unsuspecting reader down a garden path that is filled with surprising twists and turns.

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