ebook, 39 pages
Published February 13th 2018 by Henery Press
From USA Today bestselling author, Julie Mulhern, comes a short worthy of the Country Club Murders name.
For Aggie DeLucci, former assistant private investigator and current housekeeper extraordinaire, 1975 is turning out to be a banner year. There’s a new man her life, Mac. He makes her laugh, takes her dancing, and makes a helluva salami sandwich.
When Mac is accused of theft, it’s up to Aggie to clear his name. She’ll have to polish her slightly tarnished investigative kills and tame her fears (and her hair) to catch the real thief.
This is the 6.5 book in the Country Club Murders series by Julie Mulhern. It is a novella and only 39 pages long.
This book kind of threw me since I am used to reading from the POV of Ellison Russell. This features her housekeeper and friend Aggie DeLucci in the main POV. Ellison is merely a secondary character.
Someone is stealing stuff and making it look like her boyfriend Mac is doing it since the only common denomiator is that he was the caterer at each event. Addie enlists Ellison’s help and they set forth to prove Mac’s innocence and reveal the true culprit.
Great story but much too short for my liking. Nice to see Aggie's POV and more details about her come to light.