Miss Julia to the Rescue (Miss Julia #13)
Can Miss Julia spring J. D. Pickens from a sheriff's clutches and investigate a cult-plus keep up appearances as a proper Southern lady?
Miss Julia simply can't abide sitting idle. With young Lloyd moving out and husband Sam off to the Holy Land for two weeks, Miss Julia's feeling restless already. Maybe it's time for that overdue home makeover.
But before she can even pi...more
A strange telephone call comes to Miss Julia, it is from J.D. Pickens and he sounds like he is in dire trouble. As Sam is off visiting the Holy Lands, it is up to Miss Julia and her beloved family/friends to come to J.D.'s aid. He is somewhere in West Virginia and may be hurt...that is if he is the "John Doe" named. Etta Mae Wiggins...more
I do love Miss Julia. In this installment, Sam takes a trip to the Holy Land and while he's gone, Miss Julia decides to remodel their house. (Sam's house is now the Pickens' residence.) While all that is going on--and you can imagine how well Miss Julia handles the upheaval of construction in her house--she and Etta Mae are called to West Virginia to rescue Mr Pickens from trouble. In WV, they encounter unhelpful law enforcement agents and snake handlers, and their rescue of Mr Pickens from the...more
Add a major remodel of the house and her husband Sam travelling to the Holy Land with a church group and she's got her hands full. Good thing she has a great support system - and a housekeeper!! Sometimes I forget that she's probably in her 70s. She has a lot of spunk and energy.
I think I read the first of these books years...more
You do us an injustice with your one-sided portrayal of West Virginia and her people.
Having said that, Miss Julia is true to form in this most recent story - barging into all kinds of situations with little regard for her ow...more
But before she can even pick a color swatch, Miss Julia must race to the rescue of Hazel Marie's new jusband. J.D. Picnens has gone missing on his latest private investigation.
Hazel Marie can't go after him since she has the 5 month old twins to take care of, so Miss Julia...more
Such a fun series! I look forward to reading each and eve...more
She sure does talk alot about bathroom breaks.
The storyline was good, but the ending could have used filling out.
This was not one of the laugh out loud ones but still enjoyable.