Daily Review: Bundle of Trouble by Diana Orgain
March 7, 2019
This series is very funny and has clever dialogue, as well as a brave heroine with little regard for her own life sometimes.
A body has been dredged from the San Francisco Bay. Kate Connolly, pregnant and ready to pop, has reason to fear it may be her long lost brother-in-law. When a private investigator begins nosing around, Kate decides on a new career path. Battling sleep deprivation, diaper blowouts and breastfeeding mishaps she muddles through her own investigation, Mommy style:
1. Find Killer
2. Figure out hideous breast pump.
3. Avoid cranky cop.
4. Send out Make birth announcements.
5. Buy pink paper for the birth announcements.
5. FIND KILLER
Family life has never been so exciting, but after Kate launches her own female detective agency, she may just get more than she bargained for.
Full of suspense, this cozy is unputdownable!
This book was so enjoyable from beginning to end. I absolutely could not set it down until I was reading the very., very last sentence!
The author keeps the readers guessing back and forth as to who did the murdering and it seemed to change with each chapter. The book also has a nice little flair of humor immersed within the murders and attempted murders.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a light mystery book and or needs a little break from reading strictly true crime books. Thank You to the author for writing such a great mystery.
By Sandy Penney
This series is very funny and has clever dialogue, as well as a brave heroine with little regard for her own life sometimes. This is the book where her baby is born, and she decides to try to become a P.I. to avoid having to go back to work and leave her little darling.
When her brother-in-law is accused of murder but cannot be found, even when his wife goes into labor, the sleuthing goes all out. I like this series, and find her dilemmas with motherhood believable in a crazy way.
I can recommend the whole series for laughs, mysteries, and murders solved while breast feeding, changing diapers and packing around a diaper purse. Fun read.
By Beverly Gonzalez
Kate is in labor with her first child when the phone rings with bad news about her husband Jim’s brother. A body has been found in the bay and Jim’s brother George’s belongings have been found on the pier near the location where the murdered body was found.
Kate delivers baby Laurie and finds out George was not the victim. If George isn’t the victim then where is he? Since Kate is on maternity leave she decides to look for him herself. As Kate investigates she discovers she knows some of the people involved personally.
She meets a private investigator who thinks she just might be cut out to be a private investigator herself. That would suit her just fine! Since baby Laurie arrived she doesn’t want to go back to her old job anyway! This book hilariously takes birth and motherhood to a new level!
Its twists and turns will leave you laughing and crying and rooting for Kate to solve the murders, yes the murders. A great author and book. I highly recommend both!
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