In a famous Nashville family, a deadly feud is as much a tradition as country music
Hilary Quayle has never done public relations for a country-western client, but Amanda Boulder’s songwriting is beautiful, her voice is pure, and her career is in bad need of a good publicist. But there’s one thing standing in the way of a great solo career: the rest of the Boulder family.
The Boulders have been touring for eight decades, ever since old Pappy Boulder first picked up a fiddle. Hilary sends her assistant, Gene, to join up with the traveling Boulder Clan bluegrass musicians as they make their way to Nashville and the Grand Ole Opry. But before Amanda’s budding solo career can put an end to the family business, someone decides to put an end to her. She’s onstage at the Opry when the poison hits. And when Hilary Quayle gets to Nashville, she’ll learn that Southern hospitality and murder can go hand-in-hand.