Losing her posh advertising job, boyfriend, and apartment all in the same morning has left Corinna with a mess where her life should be. She tries to get things back on track, but with a mountain of red tape between her and unemployment assistance, and a string of disastrous job interviews under her belt, it’s clear that following the rules is getting her nowhere. So she decides to start doing things her way.…
With the help of a quirky friend - and some unconventional branding - Corinna launches her own business: an elite cleaning service for the wealthy. And business is booming…until the day she finds a dead man in the house of a new client. As usual, Corinna’s instinct is to clean up, but body disposal isn’t easy, especially when you’re juggling work, friendships, media attention, and a nasty flu.
For Corinna, things are about to get real messy.
©2010 Jutta Profit; Translation copyright 2013 Erik J. Macki (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
fun, improbable, light
I enjoyed the characters and the author's way of introducing them and filling out their character. Again the heroine acts out right stupid and the device to explain such stupidity is weak. But overall I enjoyed this story.
I am retired and my enjoyment is listening to books and crocheting.
I couldn't even finish the book. Unbelievably incompetent woman. When it got to the part where she decided to move a dead body because it wouldn't look good for her cleaning business, I had to quit listening. The only good thing about this book is that, although set in Germany, I didn't have to suffer through someone attempting to read with a German accent.
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