Fixing to Die

· Jabberwocky Literary Agency, Inc.
Ebook
304
Pages

About this ebook

Mystery shopper Josie Marcus unlocks a DIY murder case when her new house's "good bones" takes on multiple meanings...

Josie's been busy with a personal shopping project--scouring suburban St. Louis for a starter home for her and her newlywed husband, Dr. Ted Scottsmeyer. So she's thrilled when Ted's veterinary partner, Dr. Christine Cormac, hooks them up with a beautiful house, which her flaky sister, Rain, inexplicably abandoned months earlier. But before they've even picked out the paint, Josie and Ted discover Rain's body beneath their backyard gazebo and Christine is immediately boxed up for murder.

Now, Josie's new home is a crime scene and Christine is headed for the big house...unless Josie steps in. Good thing she's handy around a murder investigation, because she'll need all her sleuthing skills to unpack the clues, flip the case, and nail the real killer.

About the author

Before becoming a full-time author, Elaine Viets worked in the field of journalism. She is the author of the Dead-End Job Mystery series; the Josie Marcus, Mystery Shopper series; and the Francesca Vierling Mystery series. Her short story Wedding Knife, which appeared in Chesapeake Crimes, won both the Agatha and the Anthony Awards. Viets resides in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

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