Coconut cake, grits, poisoned turtle stew and bird-watching . . . the ladies of tiny Tea-Olive, Georgia share a lot of interests, including murder.
Retired judge L. Hyson Breed, a Yankee, picked the wrong Southern woman to trick, bully and steal from. The members of the Tea-Olive Bird Watching Society plot revenge after the judge's marriage to their friend, Sweet, turns out to be a greedy grab for her land and for control of their town.
To the rescue: Beulah, Zion and Wildwood (all named after hymns, as is Sweet). The only problem? The wannabe murderers are southern matrons from a more civilized generation. How does one remain polite even while planning to kill a man and get away with it?
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About the Author
AUGUSTA TROBAUGH is the author of five previous novels: River Jordan, Swan Place, Sophie and the Rising Sun (a Barnes & Noble Discover New Authors pick), Resting in the Bosom of the Lamb, and Praise Jerusalem!, a semifinalist in the 1993 Pirates Alley Faulkner Competition.