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Yellow as Legal Pads is the Winner of the Independent Publishers Association's 2005 IPPY Award

Biscuit and Bob are enjoying their honeymoon at a small hotel near Savannah, until Margaret Casperson, a wealthy friend of theirs from Martinsville, falls against their door in the middle of the night. Why would anyone want to poison dear Margaret? Officer Colly Sloan, who sometimes wishes she were a plumber instead of a police officer, is tracking the long-lost cousin that Margaret came to Savannah to find. .

Marmalade, the orange & white tabby cat who adopted Biscuit in Orange as Marmalade, the first book in this series, manages to get in her two-cents' worth . Unknowingly, Marmalade's antics put Biscuit in grave danger.

Who we are is so often linked to family issues that span generations. The story of Yellow takes us back through the intricate weavings of several generations, from Martinsville to Atlanta to Savannah, to find the dark secrets that pull Biscuit and Bob into the life and death struggle of the wealthy Holvers family and the dire consequences of Peter Holvers' obsession with power as his actions alter the lives of everyone he touches.

Sample an introduction to Yellow here in PDF Format

Readers Comments:

  • Steven Macon, writing for The KitchenSink Journal says: "Marmalade and Biscuit. Kind of like Toast and Jam. Stewart's Martinsville has a richness to it. . . . This is a series worth looking forward to. . . . a five star book worthy of a place on the bookshelf of any well read mystery enthusiast. But you don't have to be a connoisseur of mysteries to enjoy this book."
  • "Martinsville, Georgia is definitely on my map. It's a town I'd like to visit, with people in it that I'd like to meet."


Yellow as Legal Pads is the second book in the Biscuit McKee mystery series.

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