I have a Book Review for you of Realtor Rub Out, Book 7 in the Lily Sprayberry Realtor Cozy Mystery Series by Carolyn Ridder Aspenson releasing on July 23, 2019.


If you haven’t read this series yet, your SERIOUSLY missing out!

About the Book:

Bramblett County Georgia realtor Lily Sprayberry’s brand new listing is a hit, just not the kind she expected. 

When Lily stops by the staged home, she finds the dead body of another realtor lying on the living room floor. 

With only a week until her destination wedding, and no leads, no potential suspects, and no possibility to leave the state until the murder is solved, Lily’s sheriff fiancé thinks they should postpone their nuptials. 

But that doesn’t work for the soon to be bride. Determined to find the killer in time to say I do, she does a little investigating herself. But the killer knows of Lily’s knack for solving crimes and sets his eyes on her. 

Now Lily must race against the clock and catch a killer before the killer gets to her first

Miss W’s Book Review:

Realtor Rub Out is the seventh book in the Lily Sprayberry Realtor Cozy Mystery series but can be read as a stand-alone. I love this cozy mystery series and I have read every book in the series. 

It’s almost time for Lily’s wedding and a realtor visiting from out of town town is murdered! Since her fiance is the Sheriff and the best man is the Deputy Sheriff, the wedding is at a stand still until this murder mystery can get solved. 

The characters are well defined and fleshed out. The mystery is expertly woven into the story for the wedding. I love the humor and the southern charm in this cozy series. This recent addition is no exception. 

Check out Deal Gone Dead Book 1 in the Lily Sprayberry Realtor Cozy Mystery Series. You will be glad you did!!!! I cannot wait for the next installment of this fun southern cozy series.

Speaking of Deal Gone Dead, did you know that Deal Gone Dead is available to read for free in PRIME READING!!!!!


About the Author:



Even though I’ve always wanted to be a writer, I also wanted to support myself, so instead of following that dream, I opted to get a job with a regular paycheck. When my mother died in 2009, and then I lost my father less than a year later, I decided to take the leap. I wanted to find a way to honor my parents, to keep their memories alive, and I did that with my first book, Unfinished Business. That book went to number one all over Amazon and Barnes and Noble, and sat happily in the top one hundred books sold in each for over a week. I received hundreds of emails from people who felt that little semi-mystery gave them hope, that it made them find comfort when they needed it most, and that they wished they had a friend like Mel. I was hooked. I don’t write for the money (though the money is nice sometimes). I write for those emails, and knowing I’m doing what I love, finally. If my writing takes people away from their worries for even a short period of time, I’m a lucky gal. I hope my parents can read in Heaven.

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Until the Next Chapter,