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Success has always come easy to socialite MaryBeth Gilland. Following her father’s death, however, she needs some cash, quick.
As head of an in-house detective agency owned by her father, Gray Wheeler has had it cushy as well. Suddenly, he’s got to turn a profit to stay in business. But when MaryBeth sashays in looking for a job with adventure, he hires her on the spot. Now he really needs to produce.
Enter a client who claims her sister is being murdered, even as they speak. The victim is in a coma, but it's only a matter of time. The client insists her brother-in-law Leland “Jack” Sprat is to blame, and she’ll pay big money to see him behind bars. Time for MaryBeth to show she's more than just a pretty face and Wheeler to prove he can actually investigate. If they don’t kill each other first.
A woman's mangled body found on the shoulder of a highway bypass near the small town of Astrick, Oklahoma, is mistakenly identified as 28-year-old Memory Smith. The town is aghast. Was Astrick's favorite daughter murdered or the victim of a grisly hit-and-run?
Baffled by the initial reports, Astrick's Assistant District Attorney and Memory's former bad boy classmate, David (Mac) McCann, knows exactly where Memory is, and it's not lying dead beside a highway.
While investigating the wild rumor of her death, and several subsequent foiled assaults on Memory, Mac and Memory stumble onto clues from another long-ago questionable death. Can they be connected to the mysterious woman on the highway? Better yet, can Astrick’s former hellion and the town's sainted miracle child find true love amid the chaos and confusion of a bumbling kidnapper and a town where everybody lies?
Max Marco, 36, murdered his first man when he was eight years old. New attorney Anne Krease, 24, grew up sheltered like a hothouse orchid. When naive Anne meets the semiretired “enforcer,” the chemistry between them is magnetic. JINGO STREET is a love story, not a romance. It has an inevitable ending, not a happily ever-after one.
Chik~Lit for Foxy Hens is four novellas of "over-forty" romance.
Rose by Sharon Ervin. Grieving the inevitable death of her natty husband, Jan Hartley disregards the brute in run-over cowboy boots elbowing his way into her life. But Fisk Reed is a hard man to ignore.
Giving Up Panty Hose by Peggy Fielding. Lori Prideaux's philandering husband never dreamed she would walk away from their fourteen-year marriage. She surprises him, moves 3,000 miles away, finds a job, a house and a very handy handyman before her ex arrives to attempt amends.
Flirting at Fifty by Jackie King. Married young, Katy Cole never mastered the art of flirting. Now, newly divorced, with a cool guy on her hot summertime roof, Katy is motivated to learn new skills.
Second Best by Paul Jean Watkins. Despite her protests, Bertha's husband insisted she was beautiful. After his death, her friend Pandora attempts to keep Bertha feeling inferior, until a bequest from the grave proves her husband's contention-even to her.