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Elvis And The Memphis Mambo Murders by Peggy Webb
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May 01, 11

bookshelves: mystery, arc, funny, southern, cozy-mystery
Read in April, 2011

Charming cozy mystery from the series about talented beautician and sweet southern woman Callie Valentine Jones and her hound dog who thinks he's Elvis reincarnated. In this volume Callie & her cousin Lovie go to Memphis along with Callie's mom for a dance competition at the famous Peabody Hotel. When dancers end up dying, the girls, along with a little help from Elvis, must figure out who the killer is before he takes out Callie's mother.

I'll be honest, cozy mysteries are probably the genre I'm least interested in, but Webb does a nice job of creating a world that's worth spending a little time in. Definitely good for fans of southern literature as the southern charm oozes out of every page. And of course cozy mystery readers should find a lot to like.
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