Relief Valve

Relief Valve

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by JL Merrow
     
 

If you dig up the past, be prepared to get dirty.

The Plumber’s Mate, Book 2

It hasn’t been all smooth sailing since plumber Tom Paretski and P.I. Phil Morrison became connected at the heart, if not always at Tom’s dodgy hip. Neither of their families has been shy about voicing their disapproval, which

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If you dig up the past, be prepared to get dirty.

The Plumber’s Mate, Book 2

It hasn’t been all smooth sailing since plumber Tom Paretski and P.I. Phil Morrison became connected at the heart, if not always at Tom’s dodgy hip. Neither of their families has been shy about voicing their disapproval, which hasn’t helped Tom’s uneasy relationship with his prickly older sister, Cherry.

But when Cherry is poisoned at her own engagement party, the horror of her near death has Tom’s head spinning with possible culprits. Is it her fiancé Gregory, a cathedral canon with an unfortunate manner and an alarming taste for taxidermy? Someone from her old writers’ circle, which she left after a row? Or could the attack be connected to her work as a barrister?

Phil is just as desperate to solve the case before someone ends up dead—and he fears it could be Tom. At least one of their suspects has a dark secret to hide, which makes Tom’s sixth sense for finding things like a target painted on his back...

Warning: Contains a strong, silent, macho PI; a cheeky, chirpy, cat-owning plumber; and a gag gift from beyond the grave that’ll put the cat firmly among the pigeons.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781619220591
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
03/25/2014
Series:
Plumber's Mate , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
357
Sales rank:
142,412
File size:
547 KB

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Relief Valve 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I hope there will be more in the series. The main characters are great. Re-read the first (Pressure Head) multiple times. Funny & well-written.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago