Gotcha Detective Agency Mysteries Box Set of 3 [NOOK Book]

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Let Us Prey - book 1
Mimi Capurro is trying to put her life back together after the sudden death of her husband. Using the skills she learned as a secret service agent, she runs the Gotcha Detective Agency, along with her skilled computer forensics partner Charles Parks. Gotcha specializes in executive protection (bodyguards), and tailing cheating spouses.

Nick Christianson is running from the demons of his ...
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Gotcha Detective Agency Mysteries Box Set of 3

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Overview

Let Us Prey - book 1
Mimi Capurro is trying to put her life back together after the sudden death of her husband. Using the skills she learned as a secret service agent, she runs the Gotcha Detective Agency, along with her skilled computer forensics partner Charles Parks. Gotcha specializes in executive protection (bodyguards), and tailing cheating spouses.

Nick Christianson is running from the demons of his past, and that has put him back in his old stomping grounds in Salinas, CA. Nick has transferred from the San Francisco Homicide Division and is now adjusting to this new police department.

Mimi never expects to run into her old college flame Nick, when she takes on an executive protection case for New York Times bestselling author Lauren Silke. But when Lauren’s assistant is murdered, the homicide case, along with Mimi, land in Nick’s lap. Will Mimi and Nick be able to solve this murder without killing each other first?

Textual Relations - book 2
Mimi Capurro, owner of Gotcha Detective Agency, hasn’t seen her old college flame since they teamed up to find a killer several months earlier. Now, after breaking and entering into an alleged predator’s home, Mimi and Charles find a murder victim on the floor in his bedroom. When homicide detective Nick Christianson and his new partner, Piper Mason, arrive on the scene, this is not the way Mimi expected to see Nick again.
Even though it’s his job, Nick is loath to find the killer. That is until a teenage girl with ties to the victim disappears. Now Mimi, Nick and Charles race against the clock to find the killer and hopefully find the girl in the process.

Death of a Sales Rep - book 3
Mimi and Charles take some time off from the detective agency to help Charles' friend, Anthony DeLuca, sell his exclusive line of voodoo dolls at a trade show in San Francisco. Mimi is less than thrilled to find out Charles has invited Nick Christianson to come along.
But as luck may have it, Mimi finds the body of a dead sales rep. When Anthony is implicated in the suspicious death, Mimi investigates her way, and NIck goes off with his old partner at the SFPD to investigate with them.
With so many viable suspects, who wanted this sales rep dead?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016711003
  • Publisher: Ryan Lee Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/19/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 169,035
  • File size: 473 KB

Meet the Author

A native of Northern California, Jamie was swept off her feet by a dashing farm boy and transplanted to Iowa 17 years ago. And after several years of running a restaurant with her husband, she felt the urge to kill people. I mean she decided to start writing mysteries. Let Us Prey is the first in her Gotcha Detective Agency Mysteries series. Textual Relations, and Death of a Sales Rep are available now. The novelette, Tagged, You're It, is also available. Coming in Summer 2013, What a Meth.

Jamie is also a produced screenwriter. Her first film, No One Knows, directed by Bunee Tomlinson, will be at the 2013 film festivals. Update: As of April 14, 2013, No One Knows is now an award winning film. We won our category at Bare Bones Film Festival.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2013

    Great buy

    Very good. Enjoyed every page off the set. Want more.

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  • Posted June 22, 2013

    I have read "Let us Prey" which was in the Mirth, Murd

    I have read "Let us Prey" which was in the Mirth, Murder & Mystery set. I loved it. I found the wring and storyline great and the mystery unsolved until revealed. I would recommend this author and books.

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