Dating dead men
Dear God." "Girl, get a grip," Fredreeq called out, barging through the front door of my shop, Wollie's Welcome! "I can hear those ' Dear Gods' all the way out to the parking lot.
Bundt died and I can take the day off and go to the beach." "He's not dead. I was doing the final Dustbusting, and look, look--" I waved at the carpet. "Yeah, I know, I'm pushing the envelope here." Fredreeq straightened up and moved to the cash register counter. "You're black, which I always think makes the high heels-no stockings look--" "Less slutlike? Bundt walked through the door of Wollie's Welcome! Greetings racks, beginning with Birthdays, Juvenile. Greetings Corporation, devoting his life to inspecting all Welcome!
Wollie fears that her beloved brother, a paranoid schizophrenic living at Rio Pescado, is involved in the murder, so rather than go to the authorities, she decides to solve the crime on her own. Dear God." "Girl, get a grip," Fredreeq called out, barging through the front door of my shop, Wollie's Welcome! "I can hear those ' Dear Gods' all the way out to the parking lot. Mary Daheim, author of Silver Scream A Bed-and-Breakfast Mystery Harley Jane Kozak not only capture's the reader's attention with a good action-filled story, but also the reader's laughs with Wollie's dating project, schizophrenic brother and crazy friends.
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That's a cigar burn." I looked up at my friend and employee, took in her attire, and said it again.
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She is the author of five novels, the first of which, Dating Dead Men, won the Agatha, Anthony, and Macavity awards….
More about Harley Jane Kozak “Dating Dead Men, Harley Jane Kozak’s hilarious debut novel, proves that the search for love can be as funny as it is deadly, as it ricochets from one madcap misadventure after another with the speed of a bullet and the uproarious fun of a three-ring circus. Right will love this book.” —Jan Burke, author of Nine“Dating Dead Men is a page-turning romp alive with fresh, quirky characters and inventive situations that left me anxious for another date with Wollie Shelley, provided author Harley Jane Kozak is amenable next time around to a man who’s still breathing.”—Robert S.