Miss Julia Inherits A Mess

Miss Julia Inherits A Mess

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"When Miss Julia hears that Miss Mattie Freeman has taken a fall and is in the hospital, she wishes she'd spent more time getting to know the woman - and not just because she's the last person in town to hear about the accident! So when the tumble proves fatal, the last thing Miss Julia expects is a phone call from Mr. Ernest Sitton, Attorney at Law: Miss Julia is named executor of Mattie Freeman's last will and testament, and it looks like her last wishes are more generous than her coffers are full."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York, New York : Viking, [2016]
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9780525427124
Branch Call Number: FIC ROSS, ANN
Characteristics: 308 pages ; 22 cm.


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Sep 29, 2016

This series is so much fun! The characters are wonderful people that keep the reader laughing. In this book, Miss Julia is (unexpectedly) named as executrix of an acquaintance's estate, and everything that can go wrong does. She takes her duties very seriously, and goes above and beyond the call of duty to protect the decedent's estate. It is most fun if you read the series in order (and the first book has its own story about Wills and estates). Enjoy!

Sep 06, 2016

After having read about Etta Mae's worst bad luck day, I discovered this author and began reading the Miss Julia stories. I wasn't impressed with the first title I read, but this one is very exquisitely done. Either that, or I have adjusted to small town Carolina dialect and culture! This really was a big mess for Miss Julia to sort out, and I will enjoy looking for more of her escapades by this author.


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