Wedding Bel Blues (Paperback)

A Belfast McGrath Mystery (Bel McGrath Mysteries #1)

By Maggie McConnon

St. Martin's Paperbacks, 9781250001894, 336pp.

Publication Date: May 31, 2016

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

Are they tying the knot?

Belfast McGrath has spent the last fifteen years avoiding her big, bustling, brash Irish family. But when her five-star culinary career goes up in flames, she retreats to Foster’s Landing—where she’s immediately tapped as her cousin Caleigh’s maid-of-honor. It’s a perfect recipe for disaster...especially when Bel learns that the wedding preparations included Caleigh having one last one-night stand.

Or the noose?

When Caleigh’s lover plunges from the second-floor balcony during the reception, Bel can’t help but think his death was no accident. Soon Detective Kevin Hanson, who just happens to be Bel’s long-ago love, arrives on the scene—looking hotter than ever. Heartbreak and homicide hardly help Bel to feel more at home, but if she is going to make a new beginning for herself, including putting the past behind her, she must first steer clear of a cold-hearted killer.



About the Author

MAGGIE MCCONNON grew up in New York immersed in Irish culture and tradition. A former Irish stepdancer, she was surrounded by a family of Irish musicians who still play at family gatherings. She credits her Irish grandparents with providing the stories of their homeland and their extended families as the basis for the stories she tells in her Belfast McGrath novels.


Praise For Wedding Bel Blues: A Belfast McGrath Mystery (Bel McGrath Mysteries #1)

"Hilarious... This mystery is fun, light-hearted and definitely surprising, making it a great summer read." - RT Book Reviews

"Wedding Bel Blues has everything to keep you turning pages: a fascinating murder that must be solved, delightful humor that is alternatingly raucous and warm, and an emphasis on the importance of family and friendship." - Criminal Element

"Plenty of quirky characters and Southern charm." - Kirkus Reviews