Coming Clean in Lerpe by R. Jimon
(Becca Keck Mystery series)

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What do a thirty-something American woman of German-Irish descent, a three-quarters Nahua Mexicano who loves to cook, a consummate business woman who morphs into a biker chick in her free time, a tattooed grandfather with many, many piercings, a middle-aged German clean freak, a crotchety old man suffering from dementia, and a German Shepherd named Paris all have in common? Murder! And the charming German village of Lerpe, as well. Because before a patina of dust settles on the desk in her new home office, clinical study monitor Becca Keck feels her German-Irish temperament flare up. The bane of her existence—a clean freak whose compulsive cleaning is even too much for other Germans—has moved in across the street and is living in opulence. Scheisse! The situation between the two women peaks after Becca inadvertently befriends the crotchety, senile owner of the house where her nemesis is staying. She helps involve the old grump in a clinical study on a new medication for dementia, but when his quality of life improves, it gives someone nearby a reason to become very nervous. Becca gets a chance to shove her nemesis off her high horse after the man is found frozen to death on her property. Proving the clean freak murdered him is now number one on Becca’s bucket list.

About R. Jimon

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R. Jimon has a master's in linguistics and literature from the Technical University of Darmstadt. She originally comes from Pennsylvania and has lived in different areas of Germany since 1990. She presently lives near Cologne.
Published April 28, 2013 284 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife. Fiction

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