Sitting On a Fortune, Book 9
Hidden fortune. Not so hidden danger.
Madison Reynolds deCordova is about to uncover a dangerous secret…literally.
When Madison takes on a new client for, In a Pinch, she has no idea the trouble she’s about to uncover. Full of fun, excitement, family antics, and more danger than the law allows!
During In a Pinch Professional Services’ latest gig at an upholstery shop, Madison finds a chair that’s perfect for her husband’s birthday gift. At least it will be, once she removes the worn velvet. Hiding the chair at Granny Bert’s, Madison tackles her first solo upholstery project, but soon discovers more than she bargained for! A hidden treasure beneath the cushion puts her in the middle of a new mystery and new danger.
The treasure isn’t her only problem. While helping a young boy find his lost dog, Madison lands on the wrong side of surly businessman Lamont Andrews. Meanwhile, best friend Genny is worried about one of her café patrons. Mr. Pruett’s wild stories are getting wilder each day, and now he’s missing. Plus, there’s the matter of a troublesome new habit Maddy seems to have acquired: breaking and entering. It’s a harsh term for simply trying to rescue a dog and save an old man.
Somehow, she knows it all fits together. But what does a lost dog, a cluttered old barn, Mr. Pruett’s disappearance, and a hidden treasure have to do with her chair? Now someone is stalking her and her grandmother, and Madison knows that danger is on its way.
As always, The Sisters are full of fun, excitement, family antics, and more danger than the law allows! Book Nine of the best-selling and award-winning The Sisters, Texas Mystery Series.
- Book 1, Chicken Scratch
- Book 2, When the Stars Fall
- Book 3, Stipulations & Complications
- Book 4 , Home Again: Starting Over
- Book 5, Genny’s Ballad
- Book 6, Christmas in The Sisters
- Book 7. The Lilac Code
- Book 8, Wildflower Wedding : With a Killer Reception
- Book 9, Sitting on A Fortune
- Book 10, Rose By Any Other Name
- Book 11, Bye, Buy Baby
- Book 12, Murder Worth a Thousand Words