Jackie King is a full-time writer who lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She entertains herself by murdering-on paper-the people she dislikes. She is a member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, the Oklahoma Writers Federation, and the Tulsa NightWriters.
The Inconvenient Corpseby Jackie King
If Grace Cassidy had known she was going to find a naked corpse in her hotel bed, lose every penny she had in the world, and encounter zany characters straight from the Mad Hatter's tea party, she might have kept her usual poise when she spotted husband Charlie's mistress at their business convention in San Francisco. She wouldn't have left in a temper to drive up the northern California coast. She certainly wouldn't have stopped at an obscure bed and breakfast called Wimberly Place-or become the prime suspect in a murder investigation.
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When Grace Cassidy finds a naked dead man in her bed, she thinks her day couldn't get any worse. Boy, is she wrong! This is a fun read for mystery buffs and those who enjoy quirky, likeable characters. Set in a Victorian Bed-and-Breakfast, the story is about an attractive, forty-something woman who is thrust into a murder scene and finds she is the prime suspect. With grace, spunk, and a dash of humor, the heroine searches for the killer--and finds more than she bargained for. Hopefully, this will be the first of many adventures for Grace Cassidy!