Moolah and Moohshine (Petit Morts 3) [NOOK Book]

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Rust. Cabbage. A vague sour odor of spoiled milk. No, that’s not the smell of the dumpster behind Sweets to the Sweet—it’s Emmett Russo’s horrible house. Everyone told him a home was a great investment, but the market went bad, he discovered a bunch of hidden problems, and now he owes more on his mortgage than the old Kansas farmhouse is worth.

If that’s not bad enough, his best friend Rosemary just landed a fabulous new job…in Paris. The ...
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Moolah and Moohshine (Petit Morts 3)

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Overview

Rust. Cabbage. A vague sour odor of spoiled milk. No, that’s not the smell of the dumpster behind Sweets to the Sweet—it’s Emmett Russo’s horrible house. Everyone told him a home was a great investment, but the market went bad, he discovered a bunch of hidden problems, and now he owes more on his mortgage than the old Kansas farmhouse is worth.

If that’s not bad enough, his best friend Rosemary just landed a fabulous new job…in Paris. The Paris. And Emmett doesn’t know if he can face his horrible house without her. Emmett longs to jaunt away with Rosemary, but how can he fly with his albatross of a house dragging him down?

Enter tall, strapping Sam Kowalski, who’s rumored to be “good with his hands.” Emmett’s not accustomed to airing his stinky secrets to just anybody, but Sam seems determined to help him out…and together they discover there’s far more hidden in Emmett’s horrible house than a bunch of weird smells.

(Novelette - 15,825 words - gay content)

<strong>The Petit Morts Series</strong>

#1: Hue, Tint and Shade by Jordan Castillo Price
Yellow is as yellow does.

#2: Slings and Arrows by Josh Lanyon
It's a fine line between "secret admirer" and "stalker".

#3: Moolah and Moonshine by Jordan Castillo Price
If you ever go to France, watch out for those ticklers.

#4: Other People's Weddings by Josh Lanyon
Pulling off the perfect wedding can be murder.

#5: Spanish Fly Guy by Jordan Castillo Price
A new twist on liquid courage.

#6: Pretty Ugly by Jordan Castillo Price
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder...usually.

#7: Sort of Stranger Than Fiction by Josh Lanyon
They always say to write what you know.

#8: One Less Stiff at the Funeral by Sean Kennedy
Chocolate makes everything better. Even a eulogy.

#9: Critic's Choice by Josh Lanyon
It was a dark and stormy night. No, really, it was.

#10: Wishink Well by Jordan Castillo Price
You can't get something for nothing.
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Editorial Reviews

Joyfully Reviewed
Just when I thought Moolah and Moonshine was nice and interesting, albeit unusually normal compared to Price’s usual eccentricity, things become distinctively different. Moolah and Moonshine is intriguing, romantic, and has a fantastic twist.
Two Lips Reviews
In Moolah and Moonshine, the third of the Petit Morts, author Jordan Castillo Price tackles a subject near and dear to many of us: how to survive in a failing economy.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012484284
  • Publisher: JCP Books LLC
  • Publication date: 2/13/2010
  • Series: Petit Morts , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,390,627
  • File size: 191 KB

Meet the Author

Jordan Castillo Price grew up in Western New York, spent her formative drinking years in inner city Chicago, and is now writing paranormal thrillers from her home in small-town rural Wisconsin.

Jordan is best known as the author of the PsyCop series, an unfolding tale of paranormal mystery and suspense starring Victor Bayne, a gay medium who's plagued by ghostly visitations. Also check out Petit Morts, where Jordan is joined by Josh Lanyon and Sean Kennedy for a dark and twisted romp through an uncanny candy shop.
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