Death was by drowning . . . but in her bathtub?
The crazy way Naomi died was all everyone talked about at her funeral.
Long after she was buried, the question remained: How could that nice old lady get herself into lethally hot water by mixing drugs and alcohol?
By all appearances, there's nothing to indicate foul play.
But human lie detector Charmaine Digby knows that appearances can be deceiving.
When Char starts sleuthing, the strange truth surrounding Naomi's puzzling death begins to emerge, but can she crack the case before the killer gets away with murder?
If you enjoy small town life, quirky characters of all ages, and a splash of romance, you'll love Crazy, Stupid, Dead. Grab this fun cozy today and start reading!
Crazy, Stupid, Dead is book 7 in the award-winning Working Stiffs Mystery series. While the books can be read out of order, starting with book 1 is recommended as some story threads run from book to book.
The Working Stiffs Mystery series:
Trudy, Madly, Deeply (#1)
Sex, Lies, and Snickerdoodles (#2)
There's Something About Marty (#3)
You Can't Go Gnome Again (#4)
Dogs, Lies, and Alibis (#5)
No Wedding For Old Men (#6)
Crazy, Stupid, Dead (#7)
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Loved it from beginning to end.
Wendy Delaney brings in another winner with CRAZY, STUPID, DEAD. Book 7 of the Working Stiffs series set in Port Merritt, Washington, brings back heroine, Charmaine Digby, the human lie-detector who works for the DA, and her hot, hot, hot hunk of a boyfriend Detective Steve Sixkiller. The cast of zany characters also returns with Aunt Alice and Uncle Duke, Char’s actress mother, Marietta Moreau, Gram, her friends Rox and Donna, and local gossip Lucille who all sets the stage for a fun page turner.
Not only did CRAZY, STUPID, DEAD bring back all my favorite characters, but a bathtub drowning that was no accident. While Char smells murder, neither her boss or hunky boyfriend believe it’s anything more than an accidental drowning.
While on the hunt for a killer, Char's dud of a car takes its last breath, she locks horns with her mother, and comforts a pregnant Rox, but that’s all in a day’s work for our heroine. The ending is as sweet as it gets with Char in the arms of Detective Sixkiller.
Loved it from start to finish and can’t wait for book 8.