The first novel in the refreshingly original, delightly funny mystery series by Margaret Moseley, the Edgar Award-nominated author of BONITA FAYE.
There are four Stevens in free-spirited, 28-year-old Honey Huckleberry’s life, the three she knows and the one she doesn’t…a stranger who calls her with a cryptic message about an imminent murder. Not longer afterwards, while she is traveling the gulf coast in her job as a publishing company sales rep, one of her Stevens is killed in her home, an old Victorian house that she inherited from her parents and where she has always lived. This shocking event creates considerable disorder in Honey’s very, very orderly life. So she sets out to solve the murder… before she or anyone else becomes the next victim of the fourth Steven…
The upbeat, free-spirited, yet ever-so-slightly O.C.D. book rep Honey Huckleberry has big problems when Twyman Towerie, the number-two best-selling author in the world, attends a luncheon and drops dead, face-first in his mashed potatoes.
There are four Stevens in free-spirited, 28-year-old Honey Huckleberry's life, the three she knows and the one she doesn't...a stranger who calls her with a cryptic message about an imminent murder.
As engaging as it is suspenseful...an easy and delightful read. Honey Huckleberry is a full of humor, faults and zany quirks.
Moseley is a good stylist with a fine sense of atmosphere, not only for locales, but also for the aura of fear.