A Slaying in Savannah (Murder, She Wrote #30)
Jessica is saddened when her eccentric old friend Tillie Mortelaine passes awayand surprised to learn that Tillie has left her a million dollars. But there are strings attached. Jessica must use the money to help the literacy fund she and Tillie...more
The characters in this book were superb, and the setting was, too. I'd love to read more of these characters in Savannah and I kinda wish Jessica w ...more
The premise of the story starts out simple enough: Jessica has to go to Savannah because a good acquaintance, Tillie, has recently di ...more
Jessica Fletcher gets called to Savannah, Georgia to the reading of the will of her old friend, Tillie Mortelaine, and discovers that one of the provisions in the will is that a literacy program in Savannah will receive a million dollars...if Jessica can solve the murder of T ...more
First, I feel that I have to confess that I am a huge fan of Murder, She Wrote. This is only the second book that I have read in this series. That being said, I thoroughly enjoyed this story. The characters were engaging and realistic. I learned quite a bit about Savannah’s history an ...more
Jessica's friend, Tillie Mortelaine, has passed away. In her will she has left 1 million dollars to the literacy foundation that Jessica and Tillie organized many years ago. However, there is one stipulation to the money being given. Jessica must discover who killed Tillie's fiance. Jessica finds herself surrounded by strange characters, including those of the otherworld ...more
I didn't feel like the author gave the reader all of the informati ...more
I got this at one of my citys Fall Festivals, and it was dirt cheap. Now I know why, lol.
The mystery was interesting and provided a memorable view of southern life for women in the '50's.
Overall good enough, but missing a little heart from Jessica Fletcher in this one.
Clever plotting, very easy read, great way to pass the time. Enjoy!
But this book in particular didn't grab me as much especially within the last two chapters.
I was not crazy about who killed Wanamaker jones and how that played out.
But defiantly will be picking up another murder she wrote book again.
Jessica Fletcher (born Jessica Beatrice MacGill, and writes under the initialed J.B. Fletcher) is a fictional character from the US television series Murder, She Wrote.
In keeping with the spirit of the TV show, a series of official original novels have been written by American ghostwriter Donald Bain and publi ...more