Kiss Them Goodbye

Bayou Books Series Book 3

by Stella Cameron

MIRA Books

July 15, 2014

ISBN-10: 1551667452

ISBN-13: 9781551667454

Available in: Hardcover, Paperback (reprint)

Kiss Them Goodbye
by Stella Cameron

Just weeks after inheriting Rosebank, a once-magnificent plantation on the banks of Bayou Teche, David Patin was killed in a mysterious fire, leaving his daughter,Vivian, almost bankrupt. With few options remaining,Vivian Patin decides to restore the family fortunes by turning Rosebank into a resort hotel.


Vivian's dream becomes a nightmare when she finds the family's lawyer dead on the sprawling grounds of the estate---with a rose on his chest and a brilliant lipstick mark on his cheek. Suddenly Vivian begins to wonder if her father's death was really an accident...and if the entire Patin family is marked for murder.


Sheriff Spike Devol is smart, honest, tough---and sexy. Rosebank is not in his jurisdiction, but Vivian, fed up with the corrupt local police, asks him for unofficial help.The instant attraction between them leaves Spike reluctant to get involved---until another shocking murder occurs and it seems that Vivian will be the next victim.

Originally published November 2003 in hardcover and October 2004 in mass market paperback.

Stella Cameron's Bio

Stella Cameron is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author with over fourteen million copies of her books in print. Cameron continues to add to her critically acclaimed Alex Duggins Mystery series with book 5, WHISPER THE DEAD (April 2018). She draws on her English background to create an atmosphere and characters that readers will long to know better. Cameron is the recipient of the Pacific Northwest Achievement Award for distinguished professional achievement and for enhancing the stature of the Northwest Literary community. She lives in Washington with her husband Jerry, her sweet elderly Papillon Millie, one-eyed and beautiful orange tabby, Jack and Gorgeous George the frequently bad, latest feline addition to the household. From his lissome length, we are unsure if George is a cat rather than a ferret.