Murder & the Rock Star

    Myrtle Grove Garden Club Mystery Book 6

    by Loulou Harrington

    Indie Published

    May 6, 2020

    Available in: e-Book

    Murder & the Rock Star
    by Loulou Harrington

    It’s Saturday night, and tearoom owner Jesse Camden is finally having her first real date with the hunky sheriff Joe Tyler—and it’s going great until a drunk blonde stirs up a fight on the dance floor that escalates in the parking lot and forces Joe into his role as sheriff.

    Early the next morning one of the combatants is found murdered in a local B&B, and the drunk blonde turns out to be Myrtle Grove’s hometown darling, Chrissy Blaze, a singing sensation with close ties to half the Garden Club, including Jesse’s own mother. In an investigation awash with suspects, all with reason to want the victim dead, the person Jesse’s hoping to clear becomes suspect number one instead.

    As old secrets and new rumors emerge, Jesse struggles to separate fact from fiction, friend from foe, and victim from predator in a race to solve a murder before the tabloids descend.



    Loulou Harrington's Bio

    Writer, traveler, and nature enthusiast Loulou Harrington is the author of the Myrtle Grove Garden Club Mystery series. Originally a native of northwest Arkansas, Loulou now resides in the Tulsa area and spends frequent weekends wandering among the lakes and foothills of northeastern Oklahoma, the setting of her cozy series and an area she hopes her readers will enjoy as much as she does. Beginning her career as a romance novelist, she published nine contemporary romances with Harlequin, writing as Ada Steward, before succumbing to the lure of her first love: the mystery novel. First discovering Nancy Drew as a child and continuing with Miss Marple and Travis McGee as an adult, Loulou learned to appreciate the puzzle and suspense of the mystery combined with the familiar characters and settings of the recurring series. So while she still believes that into each life a little romance should fall, she has come to the opinion that it should trip over at least one dead body along the way.