No Such Thing As a Good Blind Dateby Shelly Fredman
That is, until she discovers a dismembered body in her basement freezer and the suspect topping the list is the now missing
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When childhood friend and recent parolee, Toodie Ventura, suggests he exchange his plumbing services for the spare room of twenty-eight year old Brandy Alexander's house, the out-of-work new homeowner thinks it's a pretty good idea.
That is, until she discovers a dismembered body in her basement freezer and the suspect topping the list is the now missing Toodie.
Brandy refuses to accept that her old friend is a cold-blooded killer and with the help of her ex-boyfriend, Detective Bobby DiCarlo and the sexy mystery man, Nicholas Santiago, she sets out to prove Toodie’s innocence.
Soon, Brandy finds herself up to her neck in stalkers and deranged killers, all the while juggling some of the worst blind dates ever!
Meet the Author
Shelly Fredman firmly believes what she once read on a bumper sticker: "Reality is for people who lack imagination."
A former Philadelphian, Fredman now resides in Santa Monica, California where she splits her “real life” between writing, teaching elementary school, consuming mass quantities of chocolate and enjoying the many characters that manifest themselves in her head (in the non-clinical sense).
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