Deb On Air - Live at Five by Laurie Moore
(Debutante Detective Mysteries)

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The occasional amusing nugget of observation isn’t enough to sustain the incoherent narrative, as narcissistic Dainty hops from impulsive action to foolhardy shenanigan.
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Texas debutante Dainty Prescott returns in this witty‚ suspenseful mystery …



She finds that her family sold her Porsche with DBUTNT license plates; her sister took over her paid externship at WBFD-TV; and her police detective crush found a new girlfriend -- all because nobody expected Dainty to survive a harrowing Mexican border crossing with a two million dollar bounty on her head.



When Dainty's boss' dead wife rolls out of WBFD's broom closet‚ he hires the Debutante Detective Agency to investigate‚ but Dainty gets a stalker. By the time she discovers her social media pages have been hijacked‚ and pornographic images of her are orbiting the Internet‚ everyone's a suspect until they're not a suspect &mcahs; including her own sister‚ the police‚ and the rag-tag neighbors beyond the TV station's cinderblock wall.





 

About Laurie Moore

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Laurie Moore holds a Ph.D. in Expressive Psychology and has taught both graduate and undergraduate students. She teaches workshop retreats and writes the "Letters to Dr. Laurie Moore" column. She holds a private practice in Los Gatos, CA, Santa Cruz, CA, and nationally by phone. Visit her at www.DrLaurieMoore.com.
 
Published July 17, 2013 by Five Star. 284 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Publishers Weekly

Above average
on Jun 03 2013

The occasional amusing nugget of observation isn’t enough to sustain the incoherent narrative, as narcissistic Dainty hops from impulsive action to foolhardy shenanigan.

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Good
on Apr 16 2013

In spite of being saddled with a nightmare family, Dainty performs admirably amid a sea of suspects.

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