Strange Brew: A Callahan Garrity Mystery (Paperback)

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Strange Brew: A Callahan Garrity Mystery (Paperback)

“Callahan Garrity mops up the scene in an Atlanta neighborhood where murder meets its match in this feisty, funny heroine. STRANGE BREW offers up a tidy mystery witha polished writing style and industrial strength suspense.” — Sue Grafton

The sixth book in the series finds Callahan Garrity facing a brew of community troubles - as her bohemian Atlanta neighborhood morphs into a trendy haven for yuppies - and an old flame.

Sleuth Callahan Garrity has cautiously watched her hometown be transformed - and just as she fears, too much cappuccino and new money can be a bad mix.

When the young owner of a microbrewery looking to score prime real estate turns up dead, neighborhood local Wuvvy – an aging flower child and the brewster’s biggest foe – becomes the prime suspect. Digging for evidence to clear Wuvvy, Callahan isn’t prepared for the succulent secrets she finds, nor the shocking truths that force her to reassess old friendships and an old love.

Mary Kay Andrews is the New York Times bestselling author of 24 novels, most recently The Weekenders, as well as 10 critically acclaimed mysteries. A former reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, she lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

Product Details ISBN: 9780062195135
ISBN-10: 0062195131
Publisher: Harper Paperbacks
Publication Date: October 15th, 2013
Pages: 272
Language: English
Series: Callahan Garrity

“A delightful concoction that readers will gulp down with glee.” — Joan Hess

“Breezy...witty...an entertaining tale...Goes beyond the surface to dig into corners and get out the dirt.” — Orlando Sentinel

“Callahan Garrity mops up the scene in an Atlanta neighborhood where murder meets its match in this feisty, funny heroine. STRANGE BREW offers up a tidy mystery witha polished writing style and industrial strength suspense.” — Sue Grafton

“Callahan and her cohort of continuing characters...are great company” — San Jose Mercury News

“The best character to come out of Atlanta since Scarlett O’Hara.” — Clarion-Ledger (Jackson, MS)

“A riveting adventure.” — Publishers Weekly

“Liberally laced with unusual characters and Souther humor...wry wit and snappy dialogue.” — Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel

‘Pure pleausre...Callahan Garrity is one fine fictional female. She’s a steel magnolia who also does windows!” — Vero Beach Press Journal (Florida)

“Atlanta as a character--as alive as Robert Parker’s Boston or Raymound Chandler’s L.A.” — Atlanta Journal-Constitution