For Better or Worse
(The Ginger Barnes Main Line Mysteries Book 8)
by Donna Huston Murray
While working on a DIY project at her newlywed daughter's house, a bag of bricks is thrown from the neighboring third-story window. Next, pops that sound like muffled gunshots have Gin racing for her phone. Eric, who lives in the house with his grandmother, claims she's obsessed with mystery novels. Yet after the septuagenarian falls down a flight of stairs, she's so frantic to keep Eric away that Gin must intervene. Was the fall actually attempted murder?
In her husband's eyes, Cissie Voight can't do anything right. Gin occasionally helps the frazzled young mother, and when she needs a dresser carried upstairs, Gin brings Eric along. Bad move! The electricity between the two new acquaintances sparks a chilling premonition. This time Gin's good intentions will produce grave consequences--for everyone involved.
Recommended for fans of Sue Grafton and Janet Evanovich.
A transparent haze of colorless hair exposed the shape of the tiny woman’s skull while sagging puffs of flesh made her appear to be melting.
Photographs were snapped as if baby Jack were the reincarnation of Elvis.
‘My mother doesn’t cook,’ Chelsea tried to explain. ‘She makes food.’
About the Author
At home, she assumes she can fix anything until proven wrong, calls trash-picking recycling, and, although she should probably know better, adores Irish setters.
Donna and husband, Hench, live in the greater Philadelphia, PA, area.