A Fatal Slip

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  • 9780425252475
  • 9780698137080
From selling camisoles to solving crimes, the ladies of the Sweet Nothings lingerie shop in Paris, Tennessee, will make this Valentine’s a day to remember…

For Valentine’s Day, Emma Taylor and her aunt Arabella have organized a special evening for men only to shop for their sweethearts in the Sweet Nothings lingerie shop, complete with champagne and hors d’oeuvres. But when a former valentine shows up, Aunt Arabella is not her usual bubbly self.

Art dealer Hugh Granger is still a charmer, though. He invites the women to a ball he’s having to celebrate his birthday and his return to Paris, Tennessee. But when Granger is pushed from the balcony, it paints a sinister picture for Aunt Arabella, who gets framed…for her old flame’s murder.
  • Penguin Publishing Group; February 2014
  • ISBN 9780698137080
  • Read online, or download in secure EPUB format
  • Title: A Fatal Slip
  • Author: Meg London
  • Imprint: Berkley
Subject categories
ISBNs
  • 9780425252475
  • 9780698137080

In The Press

Praise for Murder Unmentionable:

“Sweet iced tea, a cast of charming Tennessee characters, and a vintage-lingerie store help this debut go down easier than a mint julep in July. Readers who like their cozies with a Southern flavor will enjoy getting to know Emma and her aunt, Arabella, as they try to catch a killer as slippery as a satin peignoir.” —Lila Dare, author of the Southern Beauty Shop Mysteries

“Filled with Southern charm, this is a flirty mystery you’re sure to find alluring.” —Riley Adams, author of the Memphis BBQ Mysteries

“Vintage-lingerie details and Southern charm add to the atmosphere of this appealing first cozy.” —The Mystery Reader

“Entertaining…Meg London captures the essence of a small Southern town’s quirkiness.” —Genre Go Round Reviews

About The Author

Meg London is the author of the Sweet Nothings Lingerie Mystery series, including Laced with Poison and Murder Unmentionable.

Subject categories
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  • 9780425252475
  • 9780698137080