A romantic vacation turns deadly…
All Susan wants is some R&R with her boyfriend, Arsen—a quick getaway to small-town Nowhere, Nevada, home to the world's biggest collection of the world's biggest things. But when she discovers a murdered mystery knitter who's been planting her creations around town, this detecting duo and Susan's dog Bailey are on the case.
These wacky amateur detectives will have to untangle this big mystery and fast. Because big trouble is on their tail. And if they don't unravel the truth, a friend-in-need may wind up in jail.
The Woman from Planet X is book six in the laugh-out-loud Wits' End mystery series. A fast-paced and funny cozy mystery, packed with quirky characters, pets, and murder, it's perfect for fans of Jana DeLeon, Janet Evanovich, and Donna Andrews.
Get cozy and beam up this hilarious mystery now!
big things, big problems
the biggest yarn ball attacking was hilarious- and more than a little reminiscent of a visit I once made to what once was the largest tumbleweed- the culprits: rogue winds or vandals with high powered leaf blowers, who can say?
by the way: it is funny to read about unraveling, but less so if you get personally caught in a debris field.
sad that a nervous young woman was stigmatized for her mental health issues, and quite dangerously vilified
what unstable bad actor killed multiple parties to cover up other bad deeds?
intense drama and action- and so many cool planner doodads!
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.