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Murderers and Nerdy Girls Work Late (Nerdy Girls Murder Mysteries)

3.77  ·  Rating Details ·  52 Ratings  ·  10 Reviews
Quarterfinalist, 2013 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award - Liz Howe, an intrepid young law student and small town Wisconsin girl, triumphantly secures a plum spot as a summer associate at a prestigious St. Louis law firm. But Liz soon discovers that she has a few small problems: the body in the stairwell; the embezzlement at her firm; and the fact that the man she wants is en ...more
Kindle Edition, 351 pages
Published August 22nd 2013 by Nerdy Girl Press
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Katrina
May 20, 2017 Katrina rated it really liked it
Very interesting read!

Summer associate at large law firm with rare neurological disease works on solving a murder - interesting premise. Some of the romantic interests got in the way of the plot, but overall pretty good book. Liked main characters. Will definitely read next one in the series.
Patricia Gogel
Mar 03, 2017 Patricia Gogel rated it it was amazing
Excellent, easy read!

Very likeable characters. Intriguing plot. If you are a fan of murder and mayhem, this one is for you. Going to purchase the next in the series now.
Emma
Feb 01, 2015 Emma rated it did not like it
I've read bad books- a bunch. Almost every single time I do, I think to myself, "that was bad- but I still couldn't have done it." I'm pretty darn sure I could have written this book. And, you know, I don't want to even use the word "bad" here because it wasn't even one of those bad books that leaves you angry and put out having even opened the cover. I almost didn't even rate it because I feel so nonplussed. But I also can't bring myself to use the word "good" or even "okay" to describe it- so ...more
Lynn Meinders
Jan 09, 2014 Lynn Meinders rated it really liked it
This book was chosen by our book club in part because it's by a local author and because it is not our usual type of book. It was a fun read for me. I do not generally read mysteries or "chick lit," but I enjoyed this book for a few reasons. The main character, Liz, is the type of person I would want to be a friend with. She also has a very unusual neurological problem with being unable to recognize faces, so she has learned to compensate by being extraordinarily attentive to detail. This helps ...more
Dayna Smith
The initial installment in the Nerdy Girls Murder Mysteries series. Liz is a small town Wisconsin girl going to law school in St. Louis. She lands a summer associate position in a prestigious law firm, all seems to be going well - until she finds one of the partners in the firm murdered in the stairwell leading to the parking garage. She wants to assist the handsome police detective solve the case, but she has a neurological disorder that makes it impossible for her to recognize faces. Can she r ...more
Nicole
Sep 10, 2014 Nicole rated it liked it
I was recommended this book by my librarian. The Author lives in Marshfield WI, and that is about 25 miles south of where I live. I always love to find and read books by local authors. She also told me about the book, because I love the author Lisa Genova. These 2 authors write from a somewhat medical standpoint, and both deal with characters that have some neurological disease, which helps make a book more interesting to read for me. This book is a little quirky, nothing too deep, a pretty easy ...more
Brenda Sunby
May 08, 2014 Brenda Sunby rated it really liked it
Fun quirky book set in St. Louis and Marshfield, Wisconsin. An easy read which I devoured in just a few days.
Caroline
Jan 26, 2014 Caroline rated it really liked it
I liked it! It was a quick fun read! I liked the main character and the references to Marshfield and central Wisconsin.
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Fun little mystery set in my hometown of St. Louis. Quick read.
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