Drip Dead (Georgiana Neverall Series #3)

Drip Dead (Georgiana Neverall Series #3)

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by Christy Evans
     
 

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When plumber's apprentice Georgiana Neverall crawls under her mother's house to check the pipes, she's horrified to find her mother's flashy fiancé, real estate mogul Gregory Whitlock, dead in the dirt. Instead of a wedding ring, Georgiana's mother is soon wearing handcuffs, accused of killing the man she loved. To clear her mother's name, Georgiana's going to

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When plumber's apprentice Georgiana Neverall crawls under her mother's house to check the pipes, she's horrified to find her mother's flashy fiancé, real estate mogul Gregory Whitlock, dead in the dirt. Instead of a wedding ring, Georgiana's mother is soon wearing handcuffs, accused of killing the man she loved. To clear her mother's name, Georgiana's going to have to crawl into a few more dark spaces and uncover secrets Whitlock was hiding.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780425239896
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
02/01/2011
Series:
Georgiana Neverall Series, #3
Pages:
256
Sales rank:
1,007,220
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 0.90(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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Drip Dead (Georgiana Neverall Series #3) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Desert_Sage More than 1 year ago
Readers interested in smart women who work at both traditional work and interesting careers will enjoy the exploits of Georgiana a plumber's apprentice working in a small town.Georgiana has a Mother going a sharp over meddling but successful woman. Sue her friend who runs a shop for dogie baths and spas, Paula another of gal pal is the Library Lady after the first librarian left the scene.Each character contributes sufficiently to make them necessary in the plotting and the action these women get into. There are really well created dilemmas and mysteries to solve. Christy Evans does a great job of keeping the narrative moving.No lingering over phrases as one might do with P D James mysteries and writers for another era where language lingered on our tongues when we read their works. Today's world requires writers who create relationships among the characters found in the world they create. After reading Drip Dead wjoh was the 3rd Christy Evans book. As writeres provide recipies for making coffee, pastery the process of, antiques Ms Neverall provides her readers with
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Christy Evans.....Keep them coming and i'll keep on reading! Wonderful series. I like how they are exciting yet no crude details. A nice before bed read (that is if you are willing to put the book down to sleep : )
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No! Spike!
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Oh no!
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"Ahhhhhh!!!!" Screamed Rarity a black crystals sprouted from the ground. Spike muffled crys for help were silenced, for he had been completely engulfed. Rarity realized he couldt be saved as an icy wind formed ice around the black crystals, making it even more impossible for Spike to escape. She ran as fast as she could to Ponyville. She had to tell her friends. But it might already be too late. Rarity didnt even care if it was. She had to save him. Frost formed in her mane. Soon it was covering her, making it harder to run. Soon there was so much snow it was nearly impossible for her to see. Suddenly a crystal sprouted in front of her. Tripping over it, she cut her leg. Falling to the ground, Raritys eyes filled with tears. They froze on her cheeks. After many failed attempts to get up, she saw her own blood, red and frozen beneath her. Her heart pounded. Finally she closed her eyes, thinking it was all over, that all hope was lost. Spike had saved her life, but she couldnt save his. That was her only thought as she closed her eyes. She couldnt save him...
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Dollycas More than 1 year ago
Georgiana Neverall Mystery Series 3rd Book In The Series A Berkley Prime Crime Mystery A Division of Penguin Publishing Release Date: February 1, 2011 ISBN-10: 0425239896 ISBN-13: 978-0425239896 Georgiana works as a plumber's apprentice as she studies to take the test to earn her plumber's license. Her mother is marrying real estate mogul Gregory Whitlock and he is building a brand new house for he and his bride. Georgiana's mother has offered to sell her house to her daughter but before that can happen it needs to pass inspection. Georgie knows she can handle the plumbing part of the inspection herself which involves crawling under the house to check the pipes. Imagine her surprise when she is discovers she is not the only body underneath the house. Big problem, the other body is dead and it is her mother's fiancée Gregory Whitlock. Of course the first person suspected of the killing is Georgie's mom and Georgie will be crawling in to more deep dark spaces to try to save her mother from drowning in a bunch of circumstantial evidence to bring the real killer to justice. She also has to keep herself out of hot water so she doesn't end up as another dead body. Is this the end of the Georgiana Neverall Series? It seemed like it. I loved the first two books in this series so maybe my expectations were set too high. This story just seemed to predictable to me. It was like a cozy mystery light, light on the mystery, light on humor and romance, light on the plot. I hope this is not the end of the series because I know this author can write a good mystery. I love cozy mysteries so it is really hard to write a review for a book that just didn't excite me. I look forward to more offerings by Christy Evans and hope this one was just a fluke that didn't rise to the high bar she set for herself in the first two books in this series. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Berkley Prime Crime, a Division of Penguin Publishing. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No!
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Pine Ridge, Oregon apprentice plumber Georgiana Neverall of Hickey & Hickey Plumbing is about to buy her mom Sandra's house as her mother moves in with her fiancé. She knows the pipes in the kitchen are galvanized steel, which rusts from the inside out over thirty years so leaks should be the norm. Thus, reluctantly Georgie crawls under the house to inspect the plumbing though she loathes that part of a plumber's job. Instead of drips, she finds the corpse of her mom's fiancé realtor Gregory Whitlock. Pine Ridge Sheriff Fred Mitchell arrives along with two blue suited paramedics. Soon afterward Fred arrests Sandra. Georgie knows her mom is only guilty of planning to marry "Mr. Too Smooth" and being a lifetime pain in the butt so like a loyal daughter she decides to investigate over the protests of her maybe boyfriend Councilman Wade Montgomery and her BFF Fred's girlfriend Sue Gibbons. With Wade and Sue having her back, she begins digging into the cesspool business practices of the deceased as only a former computer security guru as she was could do. As she unravels Smooth's shaky money scheme, a murderer pursues her while in between her investigation she studies for the plumbing license exam. Drip Dead is an engaging amateur sleuth mystery as Georgie makes inquires into the deceased's realty business. The spirited wrench turner obviously needs no sleep as balances her mother's fears, a nasty investigation into financial crap and the test. Readers will enjoy Georgie who pulls out much more than just a plumb and her two hesitant teammates as they work a nasty Lead Pipe Cinch case while trying not to fall into a deadly Sink Trap. Harriet Klausner