When Cate Kinkaid receives a frantic call about a triple homicide, she drives to the scene against her better judgement—aren’t triple homicides more up the police department’s alley?—only to find that the victims are not quite who she expects. Now she has a new rule to add to those she’s learned in
her short stint as an assistant private investigator: always find out if the victims actually have human DNA. Because these three do not.
But who would shoot this nice lady’s dolls? What possible reason could the shooter have? And then there’s the startling discovery of another victim, who definitely does have human DNA . . .
With tension that is matched only by humor, Dolled Up to Die is the exciting second book in Lorena McCourtney’s The Cate Kinkaid Files. Mystery fans won’t find a place to stop and take a breath in this fast-paced and intriguing tale.
Private Investigator, Cate Kindaid, is back with a new mystery to solve. If you are looking for a wonderful book to take to the beach, pool or shady reading spot then look no further. Lorena McCourtney's book Dolled Up to Die will fit in the bag quite well and keep you turning the pages for more. McCourtney rolls humor and mystery in a fun charming way. It's good clean reading at it's best, which is what I love about this. It is her second in this series, though they are stand alones you don't need to read them in order to stay in the loop many of the characters you'll find in Dying to Read are back in this book. It is an awesome read and totally fun. Maybe too busy now? well, keep it in mind of a nice winter time read - I'm sure you won't be disappointed.
Lorena McCourtney is the award-winning author of dozens of novels, including Dying to Read, Invisible (which won a Daphne du Maurier Award from Romance Writers of America), In Plain Sight, On the Run, and Stranded. She resides in Grants Pass, Oregon. Find out more at www.lorenamccourtney.com.
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