Unwilling Accomplice by Barbara Seranella
A Munch Mancini Crime Novel (Munch Mancini Novels)

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No one knows you like family. For Munch Mancini, that’s what makes them dangerous.

“Barbara Seranella’s wonderful creation Munch Mancini is one of the most engaging, complex characters in mystery fiction today.” — Harlan Coben, author of NO SECOND CHANCE

Miranda "Munch" Mancini is finally feeling confident in the life she’s carved out for herself and her adopted daughter, Asia. With a good job as an auto mechanic, a house and a dog, the pair are doing just fine. Until Asia’s aunt and two cousins suddenly reappear, on the run from the Witness Protection Program and in need of Munch’s help. When one of the young cousins, Charlotte, goes missing after the death of a school friend, Munch turns to her sometimes-boyfriend and full-time cop Rico Chacon for help in unravelling Charlotte’s complicated life before it’s too late to save her from becoming one of Hollywood’s lost street kids…or worse.

About Barbara Seranella

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Barbara Seranella was born in Santa Monica, California, and grew up in Pacific Palisades. After a restless childhood that included running away from home at the age of fourteen, joining a hippie commune in the Haight, and riding with outlaw motorcycle clubs, she decided to settle down and do something normal—she became an auto mechanic. Barbara retired from wrenching in 1993. She is the author of Deadman’s Switch, No Human Involved, No Offense Intended, Unwanted Company, Unfinished Business, No Man Standing, Unpaid Dues, Unwilling Accomplice. 
Published November 10, 2013 by Diversion Books. 235 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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So when prospective dad Garret Dimond doesn’t pan out (too boring), and hot cop lover Rico Chacon dumps her (his other girlfriend is pregnant), she gets Asia a loving and loyal cocker spaniel, then answers Aunt Lisa’s brusque message (“Call me, bitch”), hoping that some special family time will l...

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Soon Lisa is in jail, Charlotte is missing and Munch is coping with Jill as well as Asia while trying to track down a modern-day Fagin who will kill to protect his racket.

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