Down in the sleepy, quaint Virginia small town of Quiet Anchorage, murder is the last thing anybody living there would expect to happen on a summer day. Sisters Isabel and Alma Trumbo--both of them are retired seniors in their seventies although Alma is quick to point out she is the younger sister--look forward to spend their leisurely days playing Scrabble and sipping tall glasses of iced tea. They love nothing better than talking to the Three Musketeers--Ossie Conger, Blue Trent, and Willie Moccasin--lolling on their wood bench just outside Main Street's flower shop. Or relaxing at Eddy's Deli where they munch on his irresistibly delicious bear claws, catch up with his waitress Tabitha, and drink his freshed brewed coffee. When the sisters' young friend Sammi Jo Garner becomes the prime suspect in her father Ray Burl's homicide; however, they shrug off taking it easy and get back to work investigating his murder. Of course somebody bumping off Ray Burl isn't likely to be intimidated by a pair of little, old lady sleuths snooping--until they get too close to revealing who the killer is. The Cashmere Shroud is the second title in the popular, well-received cozy mystery sisters with a memorable cast of funny characters and a charming small town setting. The series titles are clean reads and traditional whodunits. Join Isabel and Alma Trumbo with their beagle Petey Samson when they set off on their latest mystery as amateur sleuths that is as fun and challenging for them as it is for the reader.