It was a girl’s getaway weekend full of fun until … Meet The Glad Girls, four women of a certain age. Claudette, Darlene, Polly and Bailey find mystery without having to look for it when they stumble smack into the middle of murder. Claudette Fersner, local newspaper columnist and occasional small-time television interviewer, is married to the former Sabula, North CarolinaIt was a girl’s getaway weekend full of fun until … Meet The Glad Girls, four women of a certain age. Claudette, Darlene, Polly and Bailey find mystery without having to look for it when they stumble smack into the middle of murder. Claudette Fersner, local newspaper columnist and occasional small-time television interviewer, is married to the former Sabula, North Carolina Chief of Police. Claudette can smell a mystery thirty miles away from home. And she does. Darlene Funderburke, better known as a former beauty queen who still wears a fake crown, is vain, over-the-hill, kooky and way past ready for a road trip. She wants a good massage and a complete do-over. Bailey McGee, occasional North Carolina visitor and full-time resident of St. Simons Island, Georgia, joins her friends for what looks to be a relaxing, if hedonistic weekend away from home. Like Claudette, Bailey is a television columnist and looks forward to a needed break. Polly Middleton, octogenarian aunt to Claudette and Bailey, is the lovable curmudgeon you want to throttle. She can and does keep things stirred up and stays true to form even when miles away from Sabula. The Glad Girls break from their normal routine and deadly boring life in small town Sabula at the posh Royal Hotel and Queen for a Day Spa thirty miles away in Asheville. They do not count on Ethelene Deloach, the most disliked woman in Sabula to follow them to their chosen retreat, but she does. Aunt Polly would love to toss her down the elevator shaft and be done with it but before she can make good on her threat, Ethelene’s murder becomes a reality. As usual, the Glad Girls find themselves in the middle of a plot that thickens with each turning page. Shrouded in intrigue with far reaching schemes instigated by powerful people, the Royal Hotel soon finds itself battling bad publicity that results in fewer reservations. Enter the local police, the FBI and even Sabula’s present and former police chiefs, Clyde Fersner and Jack Hoover (no relation to J. Edgar). Will a series of hotel murders be solved by law enforcement or will it take the Glad Girls doing what they do best (meddling) to capture a serial killer and solve yet another mystery?...
|Title||:||bone dry murders the glad girls book 2|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||155 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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