Josie Toadfern has leveraged her stain-busting expertise and laundromat business into a regionally popular--and soon to be national--household tips column. But her newfound fame lands her in hot water when she takes on a side job with the Mayfair Sisters, a popular 1960s singing trio from Josie’s hometown of Paradise, Ohio. The trio is set to auction off their mother’s home as well as their costumes from their singing heyday to raise money to help take care of their mother, who has Alzheimer’s disease. And they’ve asked Josie to freshen and de-stain the costumes for the upcoming auction. It sounds like a great gig, until the Mayfair Sisters’ former manager, Bernard Tuxworth, shows up in Paradise loaded with cash, a hostile attitude, and loudly proclaimed plans to buy the Mayfair’s family home and the sisters’ costumes. Soon, Bernard turns up dead in Josie’s laundromat, knocked out by a dangerous mix of cleaning supply fumes, and stabbed to death. Josie is on a mission to solve the murder and salvage her business’s good reputation. Along the way Levi, the new director of Stillwater Farms, the residential home for autistic adults where her cousin lives, catches her eye, and Josie finds herself cleaning up more than crime scenes and stains.