Sweet Briar librarian Tori Sinclair
has been involved in murder investigations before. She hopes
never to be involved in one again. However, when local 91-year-old
Clyde Montgomery dies suddenly, and it appears he may have
been poisoned,Tori’s convictions compel her to investigate.
Teaming up with the recently dismissed (and Tori’s
predecessor) librarian Dixie Dunn, residents and business
people are questioned about motive, means, and opportunity.
Clyde had lived on lake view property that was the source
of discontent amongst many of Sweet Briar’s denizens.
If only Clyde had agreed to sell to a resort company, the
town could have reaped the benefits of the tourist trade,
making life a lot easier financially, especially for small
So who killed Clyde, and was the motive as simple as financial
need? On the other hand, is there more to the story that the
daring duo of librarians will discover by doing their research
I love a good mystery. I love libraries and librarians. Pair
these things up, add in eccentric characters, small town quirks
and southern charm, and this book is a winner. I’ve
been enthralled with the Southern Sewing Circle Mysteries
from the very first book, and continue to hang on Elizabeth
Lynn Casey’s every word. “Remnants of Murder”
gets my highest recommendation for mystery lovers everywhere!
Reviews of other titles in this series
Dangerous Alterations #5
What You Sew #6
It Sew #7
of Murder #8