Imogene Duckworthy, who yearns to be a PI, has landed a job assisting Mike Mallett in Wymee Falls, Texas. Bringing home a pot-bellied pig as a birthday gift for her daughter, Nancy Drew Duckworthy, Immy discovers the body of the owner of Jerry's Jerky hanging in the smokeroom. Now she has her chance to prove her skills.
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About the Author
Kaye George is a twice-Agatha-nominated novelist and short story writer. She belongs to Sisters in Crime and Guppies. Her stories have been published separately and in several anthologies. She reviews for "Suspense Magazine" and blogs for a group blogs and a solo one. She and her husband live near Waco, Texas. Visit http://kayegeorge.com/ for more details.
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Smoke: An Imogene Duckworthy Mystery based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I had a good time reading this book following Immy in her pursuit to become a private investigator. Luckily or not so lucky for the victim, but things are happening in Saltlick , Texas where Immy sinks her teeth into solving the criminal acts that has befallen her small town home. The mystery was good with plenty of twists and turns that moved the story forward to a satisfying conclusion. I love the wonderfully eccentric people that surround Immy, in particular her mother, whose extensive use of vocabulary words is amusing and her precocious daughter. This is an enjoyable read and I look forward to <i>Broke</i> , the next book in this likable series.