Trouble on the Doorstep

Trouble on the Doorstep

by Elaine Orr
Trouble on the Doorstep

Trouble on the Doorstep

by Elaine Orr

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From Hurricane Sandy to Cozy Corner B&B repairs to Aunt Madge's wedding in three weeks. If Jolie can handle that surely she can deal with a sobbing woman who shows up at midnight playing a scary message on a cell phone. Pooki is frantic about her husband's whereabouts and more than a little 'ditzy,' according to Jolie's best friend, Scoobie. After taking Pooki to the police station the next morning, Jolie figures she is problem-free. Not really.

Jolie's life soon involve much more than appraising real estate and running the food pantry.

A shady deal for storm repairs at the Ocean Alley Senior Complex seems to be at the root of Steve Oliver's hit-and-run death and missing business partner (Pooki's husband, Eric). When Eric ends up dead at the B&B, Jolie is digging for clues in between burning muffins and appraising houses. But when she doesn't share all that she learns with her sometimes-boyfriend, reporter George Winters, he's grouchy.

Jolie is convinced she needs to find the murderer (or is it murderers?) and expose fraudulent repair bids. Not everyone shares her views--not the police, her friend Scoobie, and certainly not the murderer.

For a mix of mystery and humor and a bunch of good friends, check out "Trouble on the Doorstep."


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940016331898
Publisher: Lifelong Dreams
Publication date: 03/21/2013
Series: Jolie Gentil Cozy Mystery Series , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 133,390
File size: 988 KB

About the Author

Elaine L. Orr is the Amazon bestselling author of the Jolie Gentil cozy mystery series. “Behind the Walls” was a finalist for the 2014 Chanticleer Mystery and Mayhem Awards. The first book in Elaine's River's Edge cozy mystery series, “From Newsprint to Footprints,” debuted in late fall 2015. Elaine also writes plays and novellas, including the one-act, “Common Ground,” published in 2015. Her novella, “Biding Time,” was one of five finalists in the National Press Club's first fiction contest, in 1993. Elaine conducts presentations on electronic publishing and other writing-related topics. Nonfiction includes “Words to Write By: Getting Your Thoughts on Paper” and “Writing in Retirement: Putting New Year’s Resolutions to Work.” A member of Sisters in Crime, Elaine grew up in Maryland and moved to the Midwest in 1994.

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