Courtney Pierce brings us the second entry of this hilarious and poignant trilogy of three sisters who dig into their family dirt. What they find is sibling love, laughter, and tears.
The Dushane sisters are back.
Television interviews can be tricky. When best-selling author Olivia Novak is asked to appear on a New York talk show for her new book, The Executrix, she isn't prepared for the invitation to include her two middle-age sisters, Lauren and Danny, and also Danny's spoiled therapy dog, Pogo.
If the trip from Portland, Oregon, isn't enough of a fiasco, the interview becomes a three-sister calamity. Slip-ups from Danny and Lauren about two other books - their mother's posthumously published murder mystery and Olivia's secret mobster memoir - set off a chain reaction of unwanted attention. Before they even leave the studio, the sisters are threatened with a lawsuit from Mom's elderly cousin and hit the radar of the Philadelphia mob.
With video of Pogo's shocked expression replaying on the giant screens in Times Square, Olivia goes into damage control. She piles her sisters, the dog, and their family baggage into an SUV to confront their accuser in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire - with a silver Lincoln tracking her bumper in the rearview mirror. Protecting Mom's reputation might get them all killed - or give Olivia the ultimate story she's been dying to live.