Bones To Pick (Sarah Booth Delaney #6)
Intrepid P.I. Sarah Booth Delaney has been known to single-handedly save her family's Mississippi plantation, converse with Dahlia House's ghost, and capture a killer or two. But when a local girl is found dead in a cotton...more
Quentin and Allison are two of the young ladies who attended her school, and they did n't quite fit the bill of Virgie's standards... Quentin & Allison are planning to marry, and Quentin has published a book that spills the secrets of the higher class - many of whom also attended Carrington House... and Quen ...more
I adore Sarah Booth. She calls it as she sees it, recognizes a bitch when she sees one and is ready to hel ...more
Sarah Booth laments her love for Coleman, as he has been elusive lately, staying out of town. His wife is mentally unbalanced and pregnant and Sara Booth knows that she needs to let him go, but he has her heart. Tinkie has issues of her own, as her friends and family are pr ...more
Overall, an excellent continuation of this series.
Sarah Booth is the main character and quite likeable. Besides helping to solve the crime she is dealing with her love, Coleman, being gone. He is married to a woman who is ‘crazy’ and says she’s pregnant with his baby. Also her friend Tinkie has a lump that she is refusing to have checked. Th ...more
Sarah Booth Delaney solves crimes in Mississippi and she seems to do it well. I just don't care enough to ever visit again. I am sure that Carolyn Haines is a good author, but I never felt involved in this s ...more
The gossip columnist in the local paper is a hoot.
Haines teaches fiction writing at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. Active in animal rescue, she has twenty-one "critters" —horses, dogs and cats.