Friday, February 16, 2018

Review: Diamond Girl by: Julie Mulhern

Title: Diamond Girl
Author: Julie Mulhern
Publisher: Henery Press
Series: Country Club Murders
Pages: 39
Format: Kindle e-book
Source: Personal Purchase

Description:

From USA Today bestselling author, Julie Mulhern, comes a short worthy of the Country Club Murders name. 

For Aggie DeLucci, former assistant private investigator and current housekeeper extraordinaire, 1975 is turning out to be a banner year. There’s a new man her life, Mac. He makes her laugh, takes her dancing, and makes a helluva salami sandwich. 

When Mac is accused of theft, it’s up to Aggie to clear his name. She’ll have to polish her slightly tarnished investigative kills and tame her fears (and her hair) to catch the real thief. 

My Thoughts: 

This novella follows Aggie DeLucci who is the housekeeper of Ellison Russell and her daughter.  When Aggie's boyfriend Mac winds up in trouble over theft of missing jewels he begs Aggie to help him and she along with Ellison get to the bottom of the theft in time for Valentine's Day.  

I enjoyed this story it was quick and enjoyable.  With Ellison as a background character and not central to the story.  This one gave you more insight into Ellison's housekeeper/miracle worker.  Things you might not know of her past and her own investigative skills.  Definitely a nice break as no one was dead either!  Can't wait to see what is next!

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