Oops A Dead Body: Based On A True Incident
Maribelle Rosen, a Jewish grandmother and friends, Kate Flannery and Annie Fitzsimmons, also grandma's but Irish Catholics, discover a murder. This debut cozy mystery based on a true incident that happened to the author and friends, contains a wee bit of Irish wisdom and a little Yiddish humor to soften the threats, peace and safety of their beloved North Hollywood. The very neighborhood where the...
Paperback: 268 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (October 30, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 0.6 x 9.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 8088017
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“Really enjoyed this book. Couldn't put it down. Would recommend. Characters are interesting and funny. Looking forward to the next of the OOPS series....”
and loved ones have lived for years. The ladies run amok when a second homicide also occurs. Their longtime friend, Harry Barry has his own masculine theories and interferes. More lady friends enter the fray with their differing opinions and fashion savvy. Jimmy Choo Shoes, Coach Purses and luncheon dates take on more importance than cleaning up crime in the streets. Amid the chaos, Maribelle Rosen vows to find the killer against everyone's advice. Her lady friends are shocked at her "suggesting such a thing." Even Homicide Detective Mickey O'Malley forbids Maribelle from playing amateur sleuth. Abandoned and threatened, she birddogs the suspect and gets into trouble. Not once but several times. Can a hunch be a clue? Can low riders or teenagers be clues? Try telling this yenta grandmother, this Bubbe to stop chasing a dangerous trail of events. She won't listen to anybody's cautious and disciplinary words telling her to quit. On the day of the homicides, she even telephones, one of her adult sons to say, "She can't babysit her three year old granddaughter because she's visiting a neighbor" but neglects to mention, "A neighbor beginning rigor mortis."