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A Poo Poo Kind of Morning

I tried not to look down the mouth of hell staring back at me from inside the glaringly pristine outer ceramic shell of the white throne, my throat catching, stomach doing half flips and a rather impressive rollover routine that would have gotten at least a 9.5 even from the Russian judges. Instead, I forced myself to smile and swallow and remind myself the elbow length yellow rubber gloves grasping the handle of the standard issue plunger were all that stood between me and Pooageddon.

Suck it up, Fee. Big girl panties and adulting and all that.

“At what point,” I waved the dripping plunger, wincing as droplets of yuck flew, “did I think owning a bed and breakfast was going to be glamorous and romantic?”

Fiona Fleming hasn’t lived in Reading, Vermont in over a decade, her escape from small town living leading her to New York City and a life of adventure. An adventure that has left her with no career, an ex who cheated on her and zero plans for the future. Her grandmother’s death grants her a new chance—inheriting Petunia’s, Iris Fleming’s bed and breakfast, seems like the ideal fresh start. But when Fee finds out ownership of the property Iris willed her might be in question, she’s drawn into the seedy underbelly of the cutest town in America after being singled out as the main suspect in a murder.

Crime & Thrillers
29 January
Patti Larsen
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

Poggio 1 ,

Bed and breakfast and murder

Great character portrayal, easy to slip into the story, loved the story line of the book and of course the fluggley dog.

Nonigs ,

Bed and Breakfast and Murder

I read cozy mysteries at bedtime so that I'm not plagued with bad dreams , and so it doesn't matter if I fall asleep but not with this tale of twists , turns and occasional giggles I am now severely lacking sleep and didn't predict the ending . I do predict reading anything else by this brilliant author starting with the next in this series. Thank you Patti Larsen

GOM01 ,

A good read

I really enjoyed the farting pug. As my sister had one, I agree. Good story, some close the edge of improbability, but enjoyable. Look forward to the next one

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