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The Twain Does Meet

The Twain Does Meet

by Elaine L. Orr

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Overview

"The Twain Does Meet" is a between-the-numbers book in the Jolie Gentil series, and while there are
joys and problems to discover it's not a traditional cozy mystery.

In book 10 (The Unexpected Resolution) Jolie solves a murder, she and Scoobie get married, and they gain a new family member--Scoobie's much-younger half-brother. Book 11 (Underground in Ocean Alley) takes place a few years later, and mystery solving is accompanied by their three-year
old twins.

I promised readers they would have the story of the twins' birth -- an anything-but-calm event -- but it didn't seem right to mix it with a murder. So, we have a nearly 30,000 word novella that features laughs and angst with the Ocean Alley crew and more than a few surprises. A fun read with familiar characters.

Jolie tries to balance running the Harvest for All Food Pantry, her work, helping Terry feel at home in Ocean Alley, worrying about Scoobie losing his job, and planning to be a mom. That's supposed to be a fun time, right? And lots of people have advice. Oh, joy.

Join Jolie, Scoobie, and their extended family and friends for a heartwarming time.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163159765
Publisher: Lifelong Dreams
Publication date: 12/20/2019
Series: Jolie Gentil Cozy Mystery Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 387,194
File size: 574 KB

About the Author

Elaine L. Orr writes three mystery series: the Jolie Gentil series at the Jersey shore, the River’s Edge series along Iowa’s Des Moines River, and the Logland series in small-town Illinois. She also writes plays and novellas. Behind the Walls was a 2014 Chanticleer Mystery and Mayhem Award finalist, and Demise of a Devious Neighbor a 2017 finalist. Elaine conducts workshops on writing and publishing. She is a member of Sisters in Crime and the Indiana Writer’s Center.