March 3, 1933, the day before Franklin Roosevelt's inauguration. Siblings Lily and Robert Brewster have agreed to help out at a nursing home next door to their own cottage, dubbed Grace & Favor. The convalescent home is full of colorful characters, including a cantankerous old man named Sean Connor. The day the Brewsters arrive, he slips into a coma and dies. No one is surprised at his passing-until it's revealed that he's been murdered. And Mr. Connor isn't the only victim in town. With multiple murders plaguing the community, the Brewster siblings are more committed than ever to helping the police find a cold-blooded criminal before he strikes again.
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by Jill Shalvis
by Jill Churchill
by Carolyn Brown
by Irene Hannon
"Wendy Dillon brings just the right period feel to Jill Churchill's post-Depression mystery. Soon after Robert and Lily Brewster agree to help out at a local nursing home, a comatose patient, who was only hours from dying, is murdered. Dillon's pleasant, intelligent narration enhances period details and keeps things lively as Robert and Lily assist Police Chief Walker and his rookie deputy with their investigation. When a second body is found under the melting ice of a stagnant lake, the detectives, both amateur and professional, begin to put the puzzle together with shocking results. IT HAD TO BE YOU takes a nostalgic look at murder most polite. S.J.H. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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