Miller, Carol

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An Old Fashioned Murder: A Moonshine Mystery

In her third series outing (after A Nip of Murder), Miller adds an alluring Southern flavor to the classic country house whodunit. Her characters are lighthearted, and the dialog is quite clever. Recommend for anyone who misses Anne George's "Southern Sisters" mysteries.

A Nip of Murder: A Moonshine Mystery

In her second outing after the acclaimed debut Murder and Moonshine, Daisy McGovern is the very definition of a spunky steel magnolia, having survived her husband's abandonment and done what she can to rebuild her life. Fans of mysteries set in rural Southern communities will identify with Miller's characters. Recommend to anyone who misses Anne George's "Southern Sisters" mysteries. [Library marketing.]

Murder and Moonshine: A Mystery

Miller's debut amuses but also slices into the heart of a proud region that doesn't appreciate outsiders taking advantage of the locals. Easy to read, shot with romance, and full of country aphorisms, the book succeeds both at puzzling and moving readers emotionally. Try with Margaret Maron and Deborah Sharp fans.

Up All Night: My Life and Times in Rock Radio

The incessant name-dropping becomes tiresome as the thin veneer of Miller’s modesty wears off, and many chapters end with crude foreshadowing of future events. Nevertheless, this is an essential title for any reader who grew up listening to Miller’s distinctive voice or who simply had a passion for rock music. [See Prepub Alert, 3/5/12.]

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