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Murder at the Bad Girl's Bar and Grill by N.M. Kelby
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Aug 02, 08

it was amazing
Recommended to Sheila by: Joseph Beth Booksellers
Recommended for: Everyone looking for a light summer read
Read in July, 2008

Funny! We have a greedy development corporation (well, one member of the corporation) trying to get rid of Danni, a bar owner whose bar is in the way of future development of the retirement community built around her bar. She also knows a secret about the land that can keep the development of the land if she can find the evidence. The blind daughter of the developer lives in the community next door to the security guard of the development. Wilson, the guard, whose first name is Brian hums Beach Boy tunes when stressed. He finds a body in the dumpster behind the bar (well, actually, the vultures do.) Who is the victim and how did he get there? The victim's kilt-wearing brother comes down with his puppet circus to avenge his murder along with the 60 year old Swedish twins who help him and their only English is TA-DA. They become part of the community. But then another murder happens to a Barry Manilow impersonator hired by the bar to entertain its customers. Who is responsible? Jimmy Ray from WHALE SEASON shows up and helps everyone to learn the way of Bhudda. Will it work? Read and find out. There is a cast of characters (and they are characters!) who make reading this book so much fun, you laugh out loud. Quick beach read.

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