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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Wacky satirical private investigative tale

    In Midland, Texas following her success as a whistle blower rising from the ashes of public scorn to heroine (see SHOW HER THE MONEY), CPA Whitney ¿Pink¿ Pearl is hired by Banty McMeans to look into why his oil profits have dropped off considerably. He thinks David Lorenzo is siphoning revenues from him. However, like her love life the simple case takes a strange spin when not long after she visits Beeps Body Shop and finds someone killed Nolan Beeps. That is followed by David¿s wife and Pink¿s Aunt Dru vanishing and assumed abducted................. While trying to choose between romancing her lawyer Ed Ravnealdt and having a fling with that handsome Senator Santorelli, Pink ponders whether she missed ¿National Nutcase Day¿ as her inquiries have gone crazy and interferes with her personal life. Of course her dad ¿Lurch¿ would tell her that is a good thing as neither of these white collars is worth that of a mechanic as a son-in-law. To make matters worse, someone wants to shut down Pink before she can select which hunk (perhaps that police sergeant) she wants or even learn the truth about the oil wells. Adding her to the obituary column is an unacceptable method to close her investigation as far Pink is concerned................... Readers will appreciate Pink¿s return engagement in this wacky satirical private investigative tale. The story line never takes itself seriously even when someone tries to kill the heroine. Fans of humorous mysteries that lampoon chick lit superheroes will agree that Stephanie Feagan is on the money with this thriller................ Harriet Klausner

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