Charlie Davies is not really qualified to solve a murder. She’s not really qualified to do anything, unless it involves publicly embarrassing herself. She’s great at that.
**Now you can catch up on her mystery-solving antics in one value-packed, binge-worthy boxset! **
“Delightful unpredictable mystery…that makes you laugh out loud.” - Cassidy Salem, mystery author
Losing Your Head:
When Charlie's high-school nemesis, James McKenzie, is accused of his uncle's murder, he jokingly offers Charlie twenty thousand dollars and a house if she can clear his name. Charlie (like one of life's true winners) still lives with her parents, and decides to take him up on the deal. What's the worst that could happen, right?
Oh yes, she actually thought that.
Charlie's boss, the less-than-friendly Adam Baxter, has information that a local club owner is actually an escaped foreign criminal. Adam wouldn't normally ask Charlie to help him (she's not exactly his star employee), but she happens to have an 'in' - her friend is dating the man in question.
When a little girl goes missing, Charlie is convinced that both the police and her boss are looking in the wrong place. She joins off-duty cop James McKenzie in a secret investigation into the clues everyone else seems to be overlooking: a threatening balloon, pink flowers and a lost piglet. As if that wasn’t enough, Charlie finds herself wondering about McKenzie’s real motives for spending time with her. And when more details of her brother’s disappearance come to light, she’s not sure whose side James is on…
What other readers are saying…
“Australian Veronica Mars”
"Great stories, lots of action, and a fun heroine."
“a perfect snark to sweet ratio"
“Loved the characters and the story line kept me turning the pages but not wanting the book to end.”
"Charlie is so spunky and just gets the job done no matter what. You can't help but cheer her on, even during her clumsy moments. And the boys? Well let me put it this way, I'd love to be in her shoes…"
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