MURDER BY MOONSHINE . . .
Investigative reporter Amanda Roberts isn't a morning person -- and lately she feels downright queasy in the A.M. -- but a predawn summons from Miss Martha, the Grande Dame of Atlanta society, must be obeyed. It turns out to be a matter of life and death. The old spinster wants to solve a fifty-year-old murder before she dies. Nothing has prepared Amanda for Miss Martha's deathbed decisions or this plea to clear the name of the man Miss Martha almost married. What's more, the man's grandson is now in county jail, charged with a similar crime. Clutching a pack of yellowed love letters, Miss Martha insists both men were framed. It sounds like a great story, one that could win a Pulitzer. All Amanda has to do is snoop for white lightning in the Georgia backwoods -- where rickety stills, raised shotguns, and a killer with moonshine on his mind await her . . .