In the quirky, close-knit town of Dixie, Tennessee, party planner Liv McKay has a knack for throwing Southern-style soirées, from diamonds-and-denim to black tie affairs, and her best friend Di Souther mixes a mean daiquiri. While planning a Moonshine and Magnolias bash for high maintenance clients, Liv inconveniently discovers a corpse in the freezer and turns her attention from fabulous fêtes to finding a murderer. Together, Liv and Di follow a trail of sinister secrets in their sweet little town that leads them from drug smugglers to a Civil War battlefield, and just when they think they're whistling Dixie, Liv and Di will find themselves squarely in the crosshairs of the least likely killer of all. . .
About the Author
Vickie Fee is a past president of the Malice in Memphis chapter of Sisters in Crime and current member of the Wisconsin Sisters in Crime. She has a degree in journalism and spent many years as a newspaper reporter, covering small Southern towns populated with colorful characters, much like those in the fictional town of Dixie. She now lives in Michigan's Upper Peninsula with her husband, John. She grew up in the South on a steady diet of Nancy Drew and iced tea, and when she's not writing, Vickie enjoys reading mysteries and watching B movies from the 1930s and ‘40s. Visit her online at www.vickiefee.com, or on Facebook @VickieFeeAuthor.
Praise for Vickie Fee’s Liv & Di in Dixie Mysteries:
“Readers who enjoy Deborah Sharp's Florida-based series should welcome this look at a very Southern lifestyle, complete with appended party plans.” —Kirkus on One Fete in the Grave
"Readers shouldn't be surprised if they manage to read this book in one sitting. The story flows with high energy, dead bodies and exposed lies . . . All of the characters are well-rounded and well-written, making this story a must read." —RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars, on Death Crashes the Party
"Tons of Southern charm, a great sense of humor and characters that are—well, to die for." —Examiner.com on Death Crashes the Party
"A small Southern town with charm as well as bodies provides a terrific backdrop for two appealing sleuths. Down home and delightful." —Carolyn Hart on Death Crashes the Party
"A series that celebrates the deadly traditions of Southern hospitality." —Cheryl Hollon, author of Pane and Suffering, on Death Crashes the Party
"What is most satisfying about the book is the depth of characters' relationships and interrelationships . . . quick wit." —Mystery Scene Magazine on Death Crashes the Party
"A wonderful cozy mystery." —Suspense Magazine on It’s Your Party, Die If You Want To