"The entire family has been put to work when a big fat Greek wedding rehearsal is booked at the Parthenon. All hands are needed for rolling grape leaves, layering moussaka, and keeping the bride calm. But then the groom goes M.I.A. and there's far more to worry about than just whether Yiayia's lemon rice soup has gone cold. No matter how tangy the tzatziki, everyone's appetite is ruined when the groom is found dead, a pair of scissors planted in his back. When the bride accuses Athena's sister Selene, a hairstylist, of seducing and stabbing her fiancé, it's all-out war--and it's up to Athena to dig up the dirt on the suspects and nip these suspicions in the bud..." -- Publisher's description.
Collins, Kate, 1951- Goddess of Greene St. mysteries.
Families -- Fiction.
Family-owned business enterprises -- Fiction.
Greek Americans -- Fiction.
Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction.
Weddings -- Fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.