Incoming! Angel’s Advocate by Mary Stanton

Incoming! is a feature at Ms. Bookish that chronicles new books that have arrived in the Ms. Bookish household.

Angel’s Advocate, by Mary Stanton

Angel's AdvocateAbout the Book:

Money’s been tight ever since Bree Winston Beaufort inherited Savannah’s haunted law firm Beaufort & Company along with its less-than-angelic staff. But she’s finally going to tackle a case that pays the bills representing a spoiled girl who stole someone’s Girl Scout cookie money. But soon enough she finds that her client’s departed millionaire father needs help too. Can she help an unsavory father/daughter duo and make a living off of the living?

First line: "This seventeen-year-old high school cheerleader stole one hundred sixty-five dollars and twenty-six cents from a Girl Scout?"

Where I got this book: ARC from the publicist Maryglenn McCombs.

My initial thoughts: I’m embarrassed to admit that this book got lost in the wilds of my new book arrival stacks. This is teaching me to be more organized with my incoming books, as Angel’s Advocates was actually on my i-want list! At any rate, I was very glad when I came across it the other day when I was re-organizing some of my stacks into tidier looking piles. I love the idea of Beaufort & Company, so I’m looking forward to reading Angel’s Advocate.

Related Links and other Fun Stuff

Mary Stanton’s Website

Bookish Ruth interviews author Mary Stanton

Angel’s Advocate video trailer:

Where to buy Angel’s Advocate:: U.S. ( | IndieBound | Canada (Chapters) | UK (

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2 thoughts on “Incoming! Angel’s Advocate by Mary Stanton

  1. elizabeth

    man….now I want to read THAT book too….if i do so, do you recomend reading the book that comes before if there is one?


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