BOTCHED 4 MURDER by J.C. Eaton

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Balancing the books takes second place to a homicide
investigation.

Phee Kimball is the accountant for Williams Investigations. Her
boss, Nate Williams, is a former Minnesota police detective; his assistant,
Phee’s boyfriend, Marshall, is one other refugee from the frozen north. The
upside of dwelling within the Phoenix space is the nice and cozy, sunny climate; the draw back
is proximity to Phee’s mom, Harriet, who lives in Solar Metropolis West with a neurotic
Chiweenie and is surrounded by a bunch of daffy buddies. Though the homicide
instances her mom dragged her into (Staged four Homicide, 2018, and so on.) have
revealed Phee’s present for detection, she’s not thrilled when one other downside
comes up. It appears that evidently Solar Metropolis West resident Sorrel Harlan is in favor of
turning two of the golf programs into eco-friendly parks everybody can use. Most
of the residents are horrified, because the place is a golf group, and nongolfers
are nervous about property values. Following threats hurled at a contentious
assembly, the board decides to contemplate the proposal and vote in a month.
Harriet’s buddy Myrna is so unhealthy at bocce ball that she’s able to consider
she’s killed somebody on the close by golf course with a wild throw. The deceased
is, in fact, Sorrel, who has an arrow by way of her neck and legions of individuals
offended along with her. The record of suspects is so lengthy that the police rent Williams
Investigations to assist, and Phee, egged on by her mom and her buddies, can’t
resist utilizing her connections to snoop round. Though the residents are all
suspects, Sorrel had various different actions that will have made her
enemies, and there’s all the time the husband. Although Marshall continuously warns
her to watch out, Phee can’t cease sleuthing, and her investigation results in
clues that could be the dying of her.

Eaton serves up sufficient curveballs to make the thriller admirably
difficult, however there aren’t as many giggles as in his heroine’s final
case.

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