Miss Julia Takes Over - Ann B. Ross

Miss Julia Takes Over

By Ann B. Ross

  • Release Date: 2001-07-23
  • Genre: Women Sleuths
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 99 Ratings

Description

The follow-up to Ann B. Ross's beloved debut that kicked off the New York Times bestselling series. Look out for Ann Ross's newest, Miss Julia Raises the Roof, coming April 2018 from Viking.  

When Miss Julia burst on the scene in her fictional debut, Miss Julia Speaks Her Mind, this proper lady of a certain age found her orderly world turned upside down when Hazel Marie Puckett appeared with her nine-year-old son, Little Lloyd, who looked disturbingly similar to Miss Julia's late husband. Now, in Miss Julia Takes Over, with her sharp tongue and iron backbone intact, Miss Julia must tackle another disruption when Hazel Marie doesn't return from a dinner date with a fund-raiser who, in Miss Julia's opinion, wears his shorts too tight. Frantic and unable to persuade the local police that Hazel Marie is in danger, Miss Julia hires J. D. Pickens to investigate, despite her reservations about his taste for beer and women. She and Little Lloyd help search for Hazel Marie, running into adventures ranging from a most indelicate display of fisticuffs to a high-speed car chase on the track of a NASCAR Speedway, all the while standing strong ...because if Miss Julia doesn't take care of things, who will?

Fast paced, funny, and full of colorful characters you'll want to meet again and again, Miss Julia Takes Over is a zany race through the South you'll not soon forget.

Reviews

  • Loved it

    5
    By W4BKY
    I'd be perfectly willing to tackle any problem head on if Miss Julia was on my side.
  • Great Read!

    5
    By Madam Ooch
    I've just finished the second book in the series and plan on continuing. Miss Julia and the cast of character and the experiences are all very unexpected. Enjoy!!
  • Miss Julia takes Over

    5
    By goldiebelle
    This is a delightful, entertaining, laugh out loud book! I love the characters and the unpredictable story lines. Thank you, Ann Ross.

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