In her cashmere sweater, suede pumps, and pearls, Lilly Bennett hardly looks like a hard-boiled private detective. But Lilly, a federal marshal and part-time P.I., has a sharp eye for shady doings among the Wyoming moneyed circles in which she moves. And her Glock .26 makes the perfect accessory with any outfit….
Even Lilly admits that the week of her wedding is not the ideal time to take on a case, but this one’s a little personal. During a round of prenuptial parties, a gunshot cuts down the hostess at her own soiree–just minutes after Lilly left her side. Lilly is determined to catch a killer and make it to the church on time. The only question is whether she’ll be sporting a wedding veil…or a satin-lined casket.
"Kellogg’s characters are worth their weight in gold and Lilly’s sleuthing…is pure delight." –National Public Radio
"Writing flat out…Kellogg scarcely seems to draw breath." –Booknews from The Poisoned Pen
"Lilly Bennett not only accepts growing older, she embraces it….She is independent, not by default, but because she wants to be….Nothing but Gossip endorses the charm and power of feminine diversity. It playfully celebrates robust, spirited women, and the men smart enough to love them." —The Denver Post
Raves for Lilly Bennett:
"Miss Manners with a bad streak…Wickedly on the mark." —The Denver Post
"Not just another Barbie with a bullet…Marshal Bennett is Auntie Mame with a license to carry." —The Virginian-Pilot
Also by Marne Davis Kellogg:
Tramp: A Marshal Lilly Bennett Mystery
"So sexy, the pages practically burn up…Do yourself a favor by reading Tramp. It’s like doing something wicked, and you don’t mind being caught at it." –Nelson DeMille