Jean Cassidy has a magical charm for dressmaking. She's currently
in the throes of making a wedding gown for her mother, having
an old friend visit, and is about to be featured in "D
Magazine" as an up and coming designer.
are two other designers coming to visit for the photo shoot.
Big name designers, Midori and Michel Ralph Beaulieu, will
be there to visit Harlow's small, country sewing space, Buttons
and Bows. Beaulieu seems to be helping himself to other designers'
creative ideas, and is not well thought of in the design community.
While it is no big surprise that Beaulieu dies, the situation
once again brings murder too close to home for Harlow, and
she sets out to find the killer before she's arrested as a
enjoyed this series from the very beginning. The small town
of Bliss, Texas is populated with unique characters and lots
of magic. The book is fun, offers some good romance, a non-scary
ghost, and a fast-paced mystery. The suspense about who killed
Beaulieu and why kept me riveted, and I recommend this highly
as a great summer beach read.
like Juliet Blackwell's Witchcraft Mysteries, and Annette
Blair's Vintage Magic Mysteries, you'll be sure to love "A
Custom-Fit Crime" and the previous books in the series