It’s Your Party, Die If You Want To (A Liv And Di In Dixie Mystery #2) by Vickie Fee

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Between a riverboat gambler-theme engagement party and a murder mystery dinner for charity, Dixie, Tennessee, party planner Liv McKay is far too frenzied to feel festive. Add to the mix her duties at the annual businesswomen’s retreat and the antics of a celebrity ghost-hunting diva, and Liv’s schedule is turning out to be the scariest thing about this Halloween—especially when the ladies stumble across a dead body in a cemetery…
 
Morgan Robison was a party girl with a penchant for married men and stirring up a cauldron of drama. Any number of scorned wives or frightened philanderers could be behind her death. As Liv and her best friend, Di, set out to dig up the truth, they’ll face the unexpected and find their efforts hampered by a killer with one seriously haunting vendetta…  

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Dixie, Tennessee, party planner Liv McKay is busy planning an engagement party, a murder mystery dinner for charity and getting ready for the annual businesswomen’s retreat. When Morgan Robison asks her to babysit this year’s guest, the celebrity ghost hunting diva Lucinda Grable. she wonders how she will get everything done in time.

Along with her best friend Di Souther, and a wacky cast of side characters, they find themselves following Lucinda down to an old graveyard to try and summon the dead. But when one of the retreats guests goes missing, the search is on. Just when the excitement seems to be settling down, Liv stumbles unto the dead body of Morgan…

description“Christmas tree lighting and waiting in line in front of the courthouse to share my secret wishes with Santa mean Dixie’s town square will always hold a special place in my heart.”
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This was an enjoyable little read if I do say so myself. It had a fun festive feel and a small town atmosphere that I really enjoyed. The characters were all interesting and well written. I loved how quirky some of them were. It was well written and the plot flowed nicely. It had some good twists and turns that kept me guessing until the end.

This is book two in a series, but other than a few mentions of events that took place in book one, you can read this one as a standalone no problem. Overall, just a really great “who done it” cozy mystery…

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