New Release Spotlight! Plymouth Undercover, Women’s Detective Fiction from Pamela Kelly

Once I learned this book was set in Plymouth, Massachusetts I had to read it because I’m from Brockton, just a few miles away. I love Plymouth and have happy memories of its beaches and seafood dinners at the harbor with my mom and stepfather. It’s always special to read books set in a locale I’m familiar with.

Description

A mother and daughter inherit a PI Agency with a reputation that takes them by surprise.

Meet Emma McCarthy, a thirty-year-old failed actress that just moved home to Plymouth, MA.

And her mother, Cindy, a yoga instructor in the Pinehills, an exclusive golf community in Plymouth.

They’ve just inherited Court Street Investigations, a private detective agency.

And its one part-time employee, eighty-year-old Mickey, a retired police detective.

They expect typical cases like cheating spouses or workman’s comp, but quickly learn that the agency also has a reputation for solving murders when they are hired to find a local missing woman.

About the Author

Pamela M. Kelley is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of women’s fiction, family sagas, and suspense. Readers often describe her books as feel-good reads with people you’d want as friends.

She lives in a historic seaside town near Cape Cod and just south of Boston. She has always been an avid reader of women’s fiction, romance, mysteries, thrillers and cook books. There’s also a good chance you might get hungry when you read her books as she is a foodie, and occasionally shares a recipe or two.

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