"I practically skipped over toward the green ninety gallon trash tote. I lifted the hinged lid of the trash can, swung it open, and tossed in the diaper. That's when Destiny not only called my name, she also spit in my face, thumbed her nose, and blew me a big old raspberry. Lucky me."
Those crazy Madams of Mischief, Destiny, Lady Luck, and Fate seem to be out to get Marty Sheffield! Marty just wants to live her quiet life in her quiet town while recovering from being left at the altar by up-and-coming country music star, Ricky Ray Riley. The Doom Divas seem to have other ideas, though. While babysitting her sister's kids, Marty finds the body of a former classmate wedged in a ninety-gallon trash container at a local park. With the help of her sister, Marty sets out to solve the mystery and save her own hide before it's too late.
Mystery and Mayhem Meet “The Madams of Mischief"
Good mix of good storytelling, believable characters, romance, and a solid mystery; hard to put down!
I liked the cover of this book and decided I obviously needed to read it. I throughly enjoyed it. It moves along and isn’t burdened by lengthy descriptions of scenery or buildings. The story has a sense of humor about it. It’s not all serious. And, it’s a great story and plot. It’s worth reading.
The Madams of Mischief
I got the book because it said there was some good humor in it. Also promised to me a sleuth type of story. She delivered on the detective story, that part I really enjoyed, but the humorous parts were few. Overall I would recommend the book, as it was clean and kept you wondering who done it. I would buy from her again.