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Publisher's Summary

Christina McMullen, psychologist extraordinaire, has problems - not least of which are her needy clients, a schizophrenic septic system, and her sizzling-then-fizzling romance with Lieutenant Jack Rivera. But Chrissy has yet another problem she'd like to ignore: finding her secretary's missing boyfriend.
Okay, so she secretly hopes the vertically challenged computer geek has harmlessly departed from Elaine's life - after all, there's no evidence to suggest foul play. But when her razor-sharp instincts, honed by years as a cocktail waitress, start screaming, she'll have to use all her skills to protect Laney and herself from a fate far worse than heartbreak...and a little more like murder.
©2006 Lois Greiman (P)2018 Lois Greiman
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4 out of 5 stars
By Betababe on 06-25-18

The Case of the Missing Nerd

Our heroine Christina exemplifies the stereotype that folks with "problems" take up psychology as a profession. She has major trust issues, a serious inability for her mouth and brain to agree on what's going on, and an apparent pathological capacity for avoiding the truth--both understanding what it is and sharing accurately. However, her sleuthing instincts are to be admired as she turns up some seriously hinky behaviors in this comic missing person mystery, as she helps solve it. Narrator Barbara Benjamin-Creel does a marvelous job voicing the various characters and bringing the story to life.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Amanda on 02-22-18

Funny mystery.

I enjoyed the story and the narration however it also gave me anxiety as the main character can be a bit of a moron. She lied so much about what was going on, even to her on again off again cop male friend, that it created so much more drama than if she had just come clean and asked for help. I don’t care for characters who act so stupidly. That being said I may listen to another in the series since it was a funny story, but I can only hope that she wises up a little. I received a free review copy of this book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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