Murderers and Nerdy Girls Work Late

Murderers and Nerdy Girls Work Late

by Lisa Boero


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Murderers and Nerdy Girls Work Late by Lisa Boero

Quarterfinalist, 2013 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award - Liz Howe, an intrepid young law student and small town Wisconsin girl, triumphantly secures a plum spot as a summer associate at a prestigious St. Louis law firm. But Liz soon discovers that she has a few small problems: the body in the stairwell; the embezzlement at her firm; and the fact that the man she wants is engaged to someone else. And just how is she supposed to chase a murder suspect in heels? Minor details.

Liz's real problem is much bigger. Neurological defects don't tend to make you popular, and she has a doozy. She can't recognize faces. Not even her own. Fortunately, this is exactly the thing to turn Liz into the likeliest of unlikely detectives. She pays attention to all of the other details that normal people miss. Need someone to guess an occupation by the movement of the hands? Need someone to recognize a person by smell? Need someone to figure out that those shoes were bought on clearance at Macy's last summer? Liz is your detective. Now she just has to harness her unusual skills to solve the case, expose the embezzlement, bring the murderer to justice and get the guy. Nothing a nerdy girl can't handle.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615762524
Publisher: Nerdy Girl Press
Publication date: 08/09/2013
Pages: 350
Sales rank: 731,900
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.73(d)

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Murderers and Nerdy Girls Work Late 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Jaybee-16 More than 1 year ago
Well, another "new" author to add to my cozy mystery favorites. Picked this book up on the basis of the cover as well as the title and was so pleased with it; a heroine to admire for a variety of reasons and an enlightening for me on a physical (emotional as well) disorder that I have heard very little about. Also, being a St. Louis native, I simply can't resist books that take place in and around my city/town with familiar streets, restaurants, sights and sounds. Looking forward to the next novel about this young lady lawyer and her friends and how she works around her disability (illness?)--keep them coming Lisa.