When you wish upon a star, you get . . . Bailey Ruth? You do if you?re a little girl whose mom needs help and you touch the soft heart of Supervisor Wiggins at Heaven?s Department of Good Intentions. Granted it?s not the usual task of an emissary, but then again Bailey Ruth is not your usual emissary.
An accomplished master of mystery, Carolyn Hart is the New York Times bestselling author of more than fifty-five novels of mystery and suspense, including the Death on Demand Mysteries (Don't Go Home, Death at the Door) and the Bailey Ruth Ghost Novels (Ghost Wanted, Ghost Gone Wild). Her books have won multiple Agatha, Anthony, and Macavity awards. She's also been honored with the Amelia Award for significant contributions to the traditional mystery from Malice Domestic and was named a Grand Master by the Mystery Writers of America. One of the founders of Sisters in Crime, Hart lives in Oklahoma City, where she enjoys mysteries, walking in the park, and cats. She and her husband, Phil, serve as staff--cat owners will understand--to brother and sister brown tabbies.
"Sprightly."--Publishers Weekly "A writers' conference makes an entertaining crime setting that shows the darker side of the literary profession. This solid mystery with a paranormal twist keeps readers intrigued until the very end, when an ingenious setup corners a killer."--RT Book Reviews More Praise for Carolyn Hart, Winner of Multiple Agatha, Anthony, and Macavity Awards and the Bailey Ruth Ghost Novels "Hart's work is both utterly reliable and utterly unpredictable."--Charlaine Harris, #1 New York Times bestselling author "One of the most popular practitioners of the traditional mystery."--The Cleveland Plain Dealer "Bailey Ruth and Wiggins will delight readers who prefer their mysteries light and seasoned with wit and the supernatural...Hart's vision of Heaven is a hoot."--Boston Globe "Hart's amusing and vivacious ghostly sleuth puts her invisibility, her gusto and her sharp mind to good use in her latest outing."--Kirkus Reviews "Sure to charm even ardent materialists."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)