What happens when you send phony news to your boarding school’s alumni magazine? Ricky Steele, a fifty-eight year old odd jobber, finds out when she returns to campus pretending to be a private investigator. Before long, the niece of Massachusetts’ governor goes missing and a murderer strikes again. Ricky enlists the aid of her former roommates and together, they wreak havoc on Whitley School’s Reunion Weekend, all the while bungling towards the truth and a killer, who is not afraid to kill again.
Join Ricky on her first caper and see how this humorous rollicking mystery series got its start.
Prepped To Kill
I thoroughly enjoyed the fast paced mystery and, unusual for me, I failed to solve the "who done it". I do believe the multiple missing words, and grammatical errors were to editing and probably an early edition. Regardless, I'm on to the next in the series.
This author does not know what proofreading is, and apparently has deleted the spell check program from her computer. And it only gets worse if you read more than one book in any series she writes. In one book, she had at least one error in every sentence in multiple paragraphs. It is rude and disrespectful to readers to expect us to pay for garbage. If she doesn't care enough about us to put out a quality product, why should I care to spend money on dreck? There are too many other authors who truly care about putting out a good product to waste time and money here.