If Errands Could Kill (Minivan Mom Mystery Series)

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Up at sunrise to enjoy the quiet of a sleeping household, Eve Bailey gets her coffee, prepares breakfast for her three children, and has a spare tie ready knowing that her husband, Ben, will definitely spill something on the one he is wearing. Their oldest daughter, Delaney, is one game away from moving onto the soccer championships, their son, Cody, skipped school yesterday, and innocent 7 year old Penny is trying to communicate with her ...
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Up at sunrise to enjoy the quiet of a sleeping household, Eve Bailey gets her coffee, prepares breakfast for her three children, and has a spare tie ready knowing that her husband, Ben, will definitely spill something on the one he is wearing. Their oldest daughter, Delaney, is one game away from moving onto the soccer championships, their son, Cody, skipped school yesterday, and innocent 7 year old Penny is trying to communicate with her goldfish. Eve’s days are that of a typical stay at home mom.

Her typical day changes drastically after she drives Cody to school as part of his punishment for skipping school. Cody’s creepy science teacher, Mr. Jackson, approaches Eve to let her know that her check for Cody’s field trip had bounced. Knowing it had to be an error, Eve heads to the bank to figure it out. While in line, she chats with her mother in law who works at the bank. Then she notices Janet, another bank employee and self-made town outcast, acting very strange at the back counter.

Eve’s concern grows when she is leaving the bank and sees Janet open the gas tank door and then drives away. Against her better judgment, Eve follows Janet. What happens next is something unheard of in quiet Marysville, Pennsylvania.
Janet is murdered in front of Eve’s eyes, and the police find drugs in her car.

Murder and drugs? It doesn’t make sense. Eve is now a witness and determined to disprove the “drug deal gone wrong” theory.

Can she convince the police that she knows who the killer is, save her family, and make it to Delaney’s big soccer game in time?

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The Minivan Mom Mystery Series is from author Jim Bronyaur. Jim has been published over a hundred times and had the honor of winning Best Horror Short Story in 2010. His web site is www.JimBronyaur.com. You can follow Jim on Twitter @JimBronyaur.com.

To stay up to date on the Minivan Mom Mystery Series, along with all of Jim's other horror, thriller, and mysteries, email him at .

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615610207
  • Publisher: Hundred to Home Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 3/7/2012
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.55 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2012

    Highly Recommended - you must check it out!!

    From a stay at home parent, this book wittingly captured my every day. It was fun to get into the story and imagine it happening to myself. Some may think that being home is a walk in the park, but Jim Bronyaur obviously has had some experience at home! What a great story, characters, and plot. I see this is Book #1, can't wait for #2 in the series!

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