Friday, April 17, 2015



 In High Cotton

 In High Cotton is the third book in the Granny Series.

When a tree topples over onto Miss Lillian’s prized 1948 Tucker Torpedo, the grannies are once again scrambling for money and keeping Lil in the dark. Lucky for them, they have their choice of two cases, but which to take—a suspected art forgery or mysteriously disappearing trash from the county landfill? 

As usual, things aren’t exactly as they first seem, and the grannies soon find themselves going undercover and dumpster diving to track down both bad guys. And now that Lil has scored an unexpected early release from prison, the grannies have more at stake than ever. 

Will they find the culprits in time to repair the Tucker before Lil gets home, or will she arrive and unravel their lies?
Written by: Nancy Naigle and Kelsey Browning
Available for purchase at:
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My review:
I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
I loved this book. The grannies crack me up and remind me of some people I know. I love how each granny has a very distinct personality they are a diverse group yet some how they meld together really well. I still can not pick a favorite granny, I love them all for different reasons.
I love how resourceful Maggie is. That Granny can fix anything.  And who knew how much of a gymnast/ dancer Sera would turn out to be? I love Abby Ruth's fire and spunk. I love that Lil is classy even in prison.
This book is the third in the series and had me turning the pages and trying to keep up with these busy grannies.  In this book the Grannies have taken on two cases. One brought to them by Hollis and one they take on to prove to Colton that they did not sell the gift that he gave them. Lil has her own troubles in prison to deal with while the other Grannies are off to solve their cases. On top of all of that Sera, Maggie and Addy Ruth are trying to fix Lil's beloved car that was damaged during a storm. I will not go into detail since I hate spoilers, I will say that this book moves at a fast pace and is full of humor and is  a well written mystery.
The characters are well developed and the scenes are always detailed enough to make you feel as if you are right there with the Grannies.
This book and the entire series is perfect for people who love a good mystery laced with humor with well developed characters and scenes.  And trust  me these Grannies will have you laughing and they will exhaust you, in a good way. Who knew Grannies could be so much fun while getting into so much trouble?

About the Authors: 

Nancy Naigle
USA Today bestselling author Nancy Naigle whips up small-town love stories with a dash of suspense and a whole lot of heart. She began her contemporary romance series, Adams Grove, while juggling a successful career in finance and life on a seventy-six-acre goat farm.

Now happily retired, she devotes her time to writing, antiquing, cooking, and the occasional spa day with friends. A native of Virginia Beach, she now calls North Carolina home.

Barbecue and Bad News is the sixth book in her popular Adams Grove series, with the next one already under way. 

An International Thriller Writers Debut Author for 2011/2012, Nancy's active in several writer organizations, including:
Romance Writers of America
Mystery Writers of America
International Thriller Writers
among others.

Nancy also enjoys collaborating with other authors on projects like her humorous women's fiction, THE GRANNY SERIES, co-written with Kelsey Browning. Honey, these are not your momma's grannies. These gals are just like Dirty Harry...only over 50, female and from the South! Get all the details on that series at

You can follow Nancy on: Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, Pinterest and through her news letter sign up on her webpage: Nancy Naigle web page

Kelsey Browning: (photo courtesy of Anne Yarbrough Photography)

 Kelsey Browning writes sass kickin’ love stories and co-authors Southern cozy mysteries. She’s also a co-founder of Romance University blog, one of Writer’s Digest 101 Best Websites for Writers. Originally from a Texas town smaller than the ones she writes about, Kelsey has also lived in the Middle East and Los Angeles, proving she’s either adventurous or downright nuts. These days, she hangs out in northeast Georgia with Tech Guy, Smarty Boy, Bad Dog and Pharaoh, a (fingers crossed) future therapy dog.

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