Mary Kay Andrews
3) The newcomer
7) Beach town
10) Sunset beach
11) Christmas bliss
12) Spring fever
13) Save the date
Curl up with this page-turning mystery perfect for fall
"Fresh, confident, intelligent and amusing. Grab a cold drink, put your feet up, and enjoy yourself." — Sue Grafton
After ten years of cleaning up the dirt on Atlanta's streets, former cop Callahan Garrity is trading in her badge for a broom and a staff of house cleaners. But she soon finds herself right back in the middle of a mystery when a client's...
15) The fixer upper
"Entirely satisfying, an expert balance of warmth and compassion, terrific supporting characters, a little steamy sex and just enough suspense to keep you from guessing how it will all go down." — Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A hilarious novel about one woman's quest to redo an old house . . . and her life, as only New York Times bestseller Mary Kay Andrews can tell it.
After her boss in a high-powered...
16) Ladies' night
A must-read mystery to curl up with this fall
"Bright and sassy." — New York Times Book Review
The second entry in the thoroughly original and witty series about Callahan Garrity in which the cleaning lady cum sleuth runs afoul of right-wing radicals and a dangerous collector when she's hired to find the valuable and controversial diary of a Civil War madam.
Former Atlanta police...
"The prose is tart and lively, the storytelling swift-paced, and the large cast and multiple plot lines deftly handled." — Atlanta Journal-Constitution
In the third book in this acclaimed series, Callahan Garrity runs afoul of her own family when she insists on investigating the carjacking death of the cousin she idolized.
Some people might call Callahan Garrity nosy, but she prefers to think...
"Callahan and her cohort of continuing characters...are great company...If Happy Never After were a song, we'd be dancing in the streets." — San Jose Mercury News
In the fourth installment of Andrews's acclaimed series about Callahan Garrity, Atlanta's most inquisitive cleaning lady, she sets out to prove the innocence of a rock idol of her childhood.
Callahan Garrity is a former Atlanta cop,...
"Entertaining. . . . If you are up for a big helping of humor and heartbreak, insanity and intrigue, read Irish Eyes." — Orange Country Register
Callahan Garrity is the owner of House Mouse, a cleaning service that tidies up after Atlanta's elite. She's also a former cop and a part-time sleuth. She and her coterie of devoted helpers can ransack a house for clues faster than it takes a fingerprint to set.