This is the story of Max - the bored blind guy; Irene - the blind guy's discontented wife, who retired from school teaching to help Max; and me - Joan Freed, the rebel life coach - plus a few more characters.
We met by accident - literally. After the clean-up, they shared Keurig coffee and Biscotta with me - my first for both, and we talked a little about ourselves - like you do when you meet new people. Max was the precise picture of what crushed self-esteem in men would look like - in my opinion. Irene still had enough stamina to pull me aside and ask for help in turning their devastating grief into good grief.
While I think the second body - the dead one - was a tad overkill to trigger Max into personal growth, expanding horizons, and his own success mindset, it worked - and I'm still here to tell you about it.
A cozy mystery set in the desert southwest that started as two women on an adventure. Then came corruption, murder and mayhem, followed by life beyond biscotti - and all from a bump on the head.
Get on the journey train and enjoy the ride today. Buy the book, read it, laugh, cry, and love. And please take a moment to leave your all-important review. It matters - a lot.
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About the Author
Alexie Linn now lives in Arizona, from near Mormon Lake to the Casa Grande area, depending on the season and weather.
She holds certificates in Life Coaching, Nutritional Therapy, and Counseling. She writes from decades of life experience in many fields and a very active imagination.
Alexie also writes the Gramma Tales series under the pseudonym of Mary Linn and depends totally on Rhonda Deeter, her editor extraordinaire, to keep her in line - as if that can ever be done.
Check out www.alexielinn.com