A corpse in the bathroom of a popular bar. An old acquaintance still nursing a mad-on from fifteen years earlier. And a cast of characters possessing secrets they’ll do almost anything to keep. It’s enough to make reformed (sort of) party girl Blaise Runa want to quit her dead end job. But in the meantime she fully intends to grab her sexy private eye fiancé and dig into the mess. Because she might be trying to adult, but that doesn’t mean she’s gotten any less nosy!
Vlad Newsome isn't exactly known as a people person. He's really more contentious than convivial.
But something's changed with him, and Flo and Agnes are suspicious.
Vlad's suddenly "peopling". He's shaking hands and even curving his thin lips upward at times in a terrifying imitation of a smile.
Could it be he's turning over a new leaf? Is he facing a life-changing event that's made him grow as a person?
He's up to something. And Flo and Agnes are determined to find out what.
When a woman who had a beef with the reprehensible creature of the night known as Vlad Newsome turns up dead in her home...Vlad appears to be the culprit behind her murder.
Silver City PD certainly believe he's guilty. But Vlad insists he's innocent. It's going to be up to Flo and Co. to solve the murder and find the "real" killer. Unfortunately for everyone involved, the ladies aren't totally certain Vlad isn't the murderer.
Will Flo and Co. walk away...leave Vlad to defend himself? If you believe that you haven't been paying attention.
After all, this is Flo and Agnes!
Surprised into hiding in a men's room stall at work, Angie Peterson, owner of the Dunk and Run Coffee Shoppe, overhears two men talking about killing someone named Alastair Honeybun. Picturing a frail, helpless old Englishman, Angie rushes to warn him. There’s only one, small problem, Alastair Honeybun is six foot two inches of yummy man, who's perfectly capable of taking care of himself. But when the thugs show up while Angie's still there, they soon figure out they'll need to take care of each other.
When a dead guy turns up in the freezer of Flo and Agnes’s favorite Italian restaurant, the ladies quickly discover the corpse had connections to one of their friends. Celia Angonetti’s husband owns Gioppino's Italian Restaurant, as well as the gun lying next the frozen body with bullet holes in his chest. What he doesn’t own, according to Celia, is responsibility for the kill. Against their better judgement, the ladies get pulled into the mystery of how the dead guy got dead in the freezer…why he’d been killed with Massimo Angonetti’s gun…and how Celia came to the unlikely conclusion that her thug of a hubby was innocent of the crime. Some might think it was an impossible task.
Some probably haven’t met Flo and Agnes.