High Heels are Murder (Josie Marcus, Mystery Shopper #2)
Every job has its pluses and minuses. Josie Marcus gets to shoe-shop-but she also must deal with men like Mel Poulaine, who's too interested in handling women's feet. Soon Josie's been hired by Mel's boss to mystery-shop the store, but one step leads to another and Josie finds herself in St. Louis's seedy underbelly. C
AND, if you want to laugh out loud, read her books! :-D
Combining the fun of mystery shopping with the dark side of foot fetishes, Josie has to mystery shop Soft Shoe, where salesman Mel Poulaine is accused of fondling female shoppers' feet. She catches him in flagrante, and files the report that gets him fired - and next thing you know the man's found dead. Thankfully Josie isn't implicated, b ...more
Mystery Shopper series - Every job has its pluses and minuses. Josie Marcus gets to shoe-shop-but she also must deal with men like Mel Poulaine, who's too interested in handling women's feet. Soon Jos ...more
Josie Marcus gets talked into doing a favor for her childhood nemesis, Cheryl, by Josie's mother, who needs CHERYL's mother's patronage to become chairperson of a couple of church committees. Little does Josie know that she will be drawn into a web of gambling, foot-fetishists, a ring of housewife-hookers who don't REALLY have sex, and blackmail by DVD.
I believe this might even be better than the Dead End Jobs series...this is the first Josie Marcus I've read, it's numnber 2 so I will have to get the others!
A little preachy about gambling and I absolutely detest gambling (work enough
gas stations and gambling begins to churn your stomach). But it was fun and light.
Living in South Florida has not improved her character. But it has given her the bestselling Dead-End Job series. Like her amateur detective, Helen Hawthorne, Elaine actu ...more