By Gin Jones
Helen Binney projected a strong picture because the former governor's spouse, and she's no longer approximately to permit a bit factor like disease strength her into doing whatever much less now. whereas her pushy nieces imagine she's at death's door, her good-looking attorney pal thinks she's a scorching magnet for trouble...and her new gal-pals imagine she's a super beginner detective!
When these new gals supply her an attractive venture, Helen can't refuse proving her usefulness to the nay-sayers in her lifestyles. She fast dives into investigating the disappearance of a member in their charitable knitting workforce. but if the yarn path results in a husband in denial, a mystery checking account, and a shallow grave, it's transparent that somebody else sees Helen in yet one more unflattering gentle: as a risk that should be completely neutralized! If Helen can preserve her wits approximately her, she are able to untangle herself from one sticky scenario, and seize a killer within the procedure.
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A Denial of Death (Helen Binney Mysteries, Book 2) by Gin Jones