As the owner of It’s Vintage, Y’All in Sugar Creek, Georgia, Cookie Chanel has agreed to share her expertise with author Juliana McDaniel. But on her way to town, Juliana is shot dead, and that was all she wrote. Cookie picks up the thread of the story with help from her psychic cat and a couple of inquisitive ghosts. To unmask this killer, she’ll have to lift the lid on family secrets and hidden motives—because she might wind up getting capped herself if she doesn’t cloche this case . . .

Cookie’s Savvy Tips for Vintage Shopping

Adding vintage items to contemporary pieces in your wardrobe will add that special flair you’re looking for.

Much vintage clothing is considered timeless and classic. Therefore, the pieces can be considered wardrobe essentials.

A vintage outfit can look modern by adding a handbag or shoes.

One piece of vintage can be a focal point for your outfit. Consider a scarf, hat, or skirt.

Buying vintage jewelry can be an inexpensive way to start a vintage collection.

 

“Rose Pressey’s books are fun!” —Janet Evanovich

It’s time for this vintage fashion expert to put on her detective hat . . .

As the owner of It’s Vintage, Y’All in Sugar Creek, Georgia, Cookie Chanel has agreed to share her expertise with author Juliana McDaniel. But on her way to town, Juliana is shot dead, and that was all she wrote. Cookie picks up the thread of the story with help from her psychic cat and a couple of inquisitive ghosts. To unmask this killer, she’ll have to lift the lid on family secrets and hidden motives—because she might wind up getting capped herself if she doesn’t cloche this case . . .

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Praise for If You’ve Got It, Haunt It

“A delightful protagonist, intriguing twists, and a fashionista ghost combine in a hauntingly fun tale.” —Carolyn Hart

“Wind Song, the enigmatic cat, adds another charming layer to the mystery.”—Denise Swanson

“Snappy dialogue and well-drawn characters in a lovely small town setting.”—Jenn McKinlay

“Fun, fast-paced, and fashionable.”—Kate Carlisle

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