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When mommy and wife, Trish Cunningham, finds the body of pharmacist Jim Bob Jenkins behind the two-percent milk, she knows she's having a bad day. Worse, she's a suspect. Sleuthing to exonerate herself from murder charges, she shakes up a murderer who has nothing to lose by killing anyone in the way - including Trish.
©2015 Candice Prentice (P)2016 Candice Prentice
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By Debbie on 09-27-16

Chilly Corpse, Cutting Comments, Cunning Cozy

A light, fun listen, when Trish Cunningham visits the local grocery in her small town, it turns out NOT to be the quick trip she'd hoped for . . . as she discovers Jim Bob Jenkins, the town pharmacist behind the 2% milk in the dairy cooler . . . with a knife protruding out of him . . . dead . . . the 30-something mother of four kids (combined with her husband's children from his first marriage, whose wife was deceased) was stunned and perplexed . . . and just a few days earlier, Jim Bob had hissed something threatening into Trish's ear after she had filled a prescription . . . in full view of the customers . . . well, now she was in it . . . and deep . . . and no way was she going to heed the warnings of Detective Eric Scott to keep her nose out of the investigation . . . after all her husband, Max' parents already thought she was a redneck, country bumpkin, not quite worthy of their high society son . . . well, she'd show 'em a thing or two . . . I laughed at Trish's antics . . . but I also smiled and my heart warmed as her fierce "mama bear" came out, and her love for her husband was demonstrated . . . a good, clean Christian cozy mystery . . . listen, you won't be disappointed . . .

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