When her grandmother is murdered, Liz high-tails it back to her South Carolina island home to find the killer.
Then her long-dead best friend pops in and things really get complicated. When more folks start turning up dead in this small seaside town, Liz must use more than just her wits and charm to keep her family safe, chase down clues from the hereafter, and catch a psychopath before he catches her.
Boyer has cooked up a clever mystery full of felonious real-estate developers, long festering family wounds, moonlight skinny dips and pimento cheese. In lesser hands, all the hijinks could be distracting, but not in Lowcountry Boil. Boyer's voice is so perky that no matter what looney mayhem her characters commit, we happily dive in with them.
An original and delightful read. A welcome visit home with people you want to know and, in some cases, are glad you aren't related to. A fun summer read! Top it off with a murder mystery with a host of suspects.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago A series that will be a quick, fun read. Looking forward to reading the next book. Anonymous More than 1 year ago. Anonymous More than 1 year ago Great read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago If you like mystery's,and a ghostly sidekick,whom I love! You'll love all the characters, all of them not just the main ones.
I hope this series goes on and on Anonymous More than 1 year ago Twisted I want her to take nate Bingaux. Boyer's writing in this book!
It was a fun read, with great characters! At this writing I have read the series and I'm waiting for the next one! South Carolina is one of my favorite places so needless to say both of these books were a great read for me.
flathupercontratch.ga I plan on reading the next one very soon. Anonymous More than 1 year ago I love this book.
Liz, her family and friends can visit me any time. I will defnitely be visiting her again Anonymous More than 1 year ago I now have read all 3 of Susan Boyes Lowcountry books and have enjoyed all of them. I like reading about such an interesting place. Amazing how many mysteries happen in small towns. Related Searches.
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