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Publisher's Summary

Maggie Thomas is still stumbling her way through running her uncle’s Miami Beach P.I. agency. When a dead woman washes up on the shore, Maggie has reason to believe the woman’s death wasn’t an accident. Maggie may have recently solved her first case as a private eye, but handsome detective Jake Jackson warns her that this one is too complex.
Maggie ignores Jake’s warning.
When a man involved in the case disappears without a trace, Maggie and her orthopedic shoe-wearing assistant, Dorothy Raye, go undercover to help crack the case - that is, if Dorothy can put down her knitting needles long enough.
With boat chases, explosions, and sharks, Maggie soon finds out that sometimes murder is a beach and sometimes you die.
©2014 Rose Pressey. (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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3 out of 5 stars
By Farrell on 08-01-15

Nice cozy

Easy listening. Nothing special, but a good few hours. Good continuation to the first.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 03-12-18

stupid heroine

stupid heroine. Frustrating and very predictable. I will not read more from this author . the narrator did the best she could

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