Nursing a Grudge

Nursing a Grudge

By Diana Orgain

  • Release Date: 2017-04-28
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
4
From 53 Ratings
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Description

A laugh-out-loud page-turner

Bringing up baby

Sleep deprivation, diaper blowouts, and breastfeeding mishaps are status quo for new mom Kate Connolly. But when she decides to turn private investigator in order to work from home, her To-Do List expands exponentially:
1. Buy diapers.
2. Get back in shape.
3. Order lock pick set…
 

Bringing down a killer

Her friend Jill’s boyfriend falls to his death under questionable circumstances. Juggling mommy duties and unorthodox investigation techniques, Kate must determine whether the scathing review Jill wrote about a local restaurant is connected to his untimely death…and whether the killer might strike again.
 

Investigation, Mommy-style

Kate races to solve the case before Vicente Domingo, the new, sexy PI in town swoops in and saves the day. He’s drop-dead gorgeous, but she’d like to tell him to drop dead for poaching her last client. As bodies pile up faster than dirty diapers, can Kate uncover the truth about what happened to Jill’s boyfriend between nap times, diaper changes, and playdates? Or will Become A Bonafide P.I be the last entry she makes on her To-Do List?

“An over the top, good-time cozy mystery. With a feisty heroine and with lots of humor, plenty of intrigue and suspense, and a little baby cooing, this novel is a delightful treat to read.”
—Fresh Fiction

“You’ll love keeping up with this amazing mother and sleuth in this fun, fast-paced series.”
—Camille Minichino, author of the Miniature Mystery Series

Reviews

  • Nursing a grudge

    5
    By Trena10
    Enough developed characters and plots to keep you guessing in this mystery. Plenty of humor too.
  • Easy to read

    4
    By Cleosan
    Fast and easy to read.
  • Nursing a grudge

    2
    By Gramma mush
    The main character isn't very believable for me. A new mother and a nursing one at that? To do those things? No milk letdowns at the wrong time? No worries about leaving her child motherless? Maybe some younger women who think in terms of army service etc can accept this book more easily than I can.
  • Nursing and Grunge

    5
    By Pussoms
    Good read, light and entertaining.

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