Weekly DiVa | Oct 28, 2023
OMG OMG OMG, Polyester Monroe is back in TULLE DEATH DO US PART!
I know I should have started with small talk, but I'm a bit excited. It's been--let me count--seven years since Poly solved a mystery in Silk Stalkings. Seven! I've had the concept of this book in the back of my mind for a while now, very loosely, so it was surprising to me to see it take shape while I typed. 
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Polyester Monroe, quirky amateur sleuth and proud owner of Material Girl, the most colorful fabric store in San Ladrón, California, unravels the threads of a new mystery in TULLE DEATH DO US PART…
When the historic Waverly House is transformed into a wedding venue, the town buzzes with excitement. An out-of-town couple with the loosest of local ties has adopted them as their own. But amidst the celebration, tragedy strikes as a guest is found dead in the chapel before the wedding march plays. Suspicion quickly falls on the bride. Poly's ex-boyfriend, the groom-to-be, needles Poly for her help in solving the murder, but things take a complicated turn when the bride-to-be points the finger—at him.
Poly dives headfirst into a web of secrets and hidden agendas. From the eccentric wedding planner to the envious bridesmaids, she must untangle the clues while navigating the chaos of wedding season at her fabric shop. As the investigation unfolds, Poly has a choice: her familiar past or a potential future with the town’s most eligible bachelor. With puns as sharp as tailor's shears and her knack for finding trouble, Poly is determined to expose the real culprit before the bride’s “I do” becomes doing life.
Happy reading! I'll be back on Sunday!

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