Bodies in the Boatyard

Bodies in the Boatyard

by Ellen Jacobson
Bodies in the Boatyard

Bodies in the Boatyard

by Ellen Jacobson


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What would you do if your husband told you he wanted to downsize and move onto a sailboat?

Mollie McGhie loves her beachfront cottage. When her husband announces that he wants to sell their house so they can move onto a dilapidated sailboat, she's not impressed.

When the boat starts leaking, Mollie secretly hopes it will sink. Instead, they haul it out of the water and into the boatyard. Fixing the boat up is bad enough, but when Mollie finds someone has been killed nearby, things get even worse.

Mollie takes matters into her own hands and investigates the mysterious death in the boatyard. Accompanied by her adorable feline companion, Mollie searches for clues and interviews suspects in the small Floridian town of Coconut Cove.

Can Mollie catch the killer before someone else ends up dead?

Bodies in the Boatyard is the second book in the Mollie McGhie Cozy Sailing Mystery series. If you like quirky characters, adorable cats, and loads of chocolate, you'll love this cozy mystery. Spoiler Alert: You'll want your own Japanese bobtail cat by the time you finish this book!

The Mollie McGhie series is now complete. Each book can be read as a standalone, but you might have more fun if you read them in order.

-Robbery at the Roller Derby (prequel novella)

-Murder at the Marina

-Bodies in the Boatyard

-Poisoned by the Pier

-Buried by the Beach (short story)

-Dead in the Dinghy

-Shooting by the Sea

-Overboard on the Ocean

-Murder aboard the Mistletoe (Christmas novella)

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781732160248
Publisher: Ellen Jacobson
Publication date: 11/07/2018
Series: A Mollie McGhie Cozy Sailing Mystery , #2
Pages: 238
Sales rank: 497,059
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.54(d)
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