A crucial letter vanishes into thin air and a Confederate soldier dies for the last time. It’s 2020. What else could go wrong?
A deceased soldier on a battlefield shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone… unless the battle is a reenactment. Rodney was the last man to see Jimmy alive, and the only man to flee after spotting the dead body. He swears he isn’t responsible, but after offending the local sheriff, he’s not sure the inquiry will be a fair one. Iris is willing to help investigate the demise—if everyone will just keep their masks on!
Betty is certain her possessions are disappearing. Her caretaker isn’t too worried about a misplaced candlestick or figurine. But when a valuable letter goes missing from a safe deposit box, the elderly woman’s future is at stake. Iris is over a thousand miles away. How could she possibly help?
Gunsmore’s ex-chief of police is stopping by to see Iris a little too often while Giovanni is trapped in London. Iris is beginning to suspect his motives. Meanwhile, her dead husband is still making comments about the lawn.
Two new mysteries. One cute granddaughter. Iris is going to take a close look at all the facts… right after she washes her hands.