While trying to plan for her own wedding, and getting ready to host the town’s Revolutionary War re-enactment, Mallory Shepard is drawn into a centuries-old murder mystery when a local woman is killed by a musket.
Wedding planner Mallory Shepard doesn’t have time to organize her own nuptials–because right now she’s engaged in solving a murder . . .
When Mallory discovers some old lace at a Port Quincy antique shop, she knows it’ll make a perfect headpiece. But she’s barely gotten it out of the store before Helene Pierce tears it from her hands. Helene claims it’s a family heirloom that went missing when her late husband died in a hit-and-run twenty-five years ago.
The conflict gets more complicated when the veil is attributed to none other than famed seamstress Betsy Ross. Mallory may have a genuine museum piece on her hands, but meanwhile Independence Day is right around the corner and she has to host the town’s Revolutionary War re-enactment. Then it becomes clear there’s a bigger mystery behind all this history when a local woman is murdered with a musket–and Mallory’s investigation could set off some fireworks . . .
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