It's been five years since Mary Grace O'Malley has seen John Wright. And right at this moment, Mary Grace wishes she wasn't seeing him standing in the dining room of her Bed and Breakfast Inn. Now the rising star reporter has returned to the small Florida town of Bethany Beach to investigate an unsolved murder — and to see Mary Grace.
As John persuades Mary Grace to help him explore the tragic secrets of twenty-five years ago, Miss Eugenia Atkins and her friends arrive at the Arms for a pleasant vacation. But when a guest ends up dead, they all become embroiled in investigating this new mysterious crime.
In Above Suspicion, Betsy Brannon Green's matchless ability to blend romance, suspense, and humor delivers a thrilling and enjoyable tale of secrets you'll never suspect.
- Published: October 2003
- Pages: 320
- Audio Length: 4½ Hours
About the Author
Betsy Brannon Green currently lives in Bessemer, Alabama, which is a suburb of Birmingham. She has been married to her husband, Butch, for thirty-two wonderful years, and they have eight children, one daughter-in-law, three sons-in-law, and eight grandchildren. She is a Sunday School teacher in the Bessemer Ward and works for Hueytown Elementary School. She loves to read, when she can find the time, and watch sporting events—especially if they involve her children. Although born in Salt Lake City, Betsy has spent most of her life in the South. Her writing and her life have been strongly influenced by the town of Headland, Alabama, and the many generous gracious people who live there.
by Kerry - reviewed on October 23, 2003
Betsy Green has done it again! It amazes me how her books just keep getting better. As usual, her mystery is intriguing, her writing is flawless...and Miss Eugenia and the ladies are a hoot! Like thousands of other readers, I'm going to add Above Suspicion to my 'favorites shelf' and read it again and again!
by Elizabeth - reviewed on November 05, 2008
Although this is not set in Haggerty, fans of Sister Green will be delighted to see old friends make an appearance. This book, like all the others, is reliably engaging. You can't go wrong with Sister Green.
WOW WHAT A BOOK!
by Amy - reviewed on March 12, 2005
This book was so good. I loved the story. Oh boy did it take me by surprise at the end. I really enjoyed reading this book and if you get the chance read it. But make sure you have the time cause you will not want to put it down!
by Kelsey - reviewed on January 21, 2007
This book was so good, once I started reading it I couldn't put it down, I just finished reading it for the second time!