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The novice sleuths accept their first official detecting assignment: uncovering the “secret" of an elderly millionaire’s pretty young wife.

If they succeed, their newly founded business, The Triple Threat Investigation Agency, will prove a viable venture. The problem? The wife is found murdered along the sapphire shores of Oahu. And there’s a secret, all right...one of many, but the deceased woman is not the only one keeping them. 

As Jill, Rey, and Linda try to fit the puzzle pieces together, they stumble across several more bodies. But who is the killer?

©2016 Tyler Colins (P)2019 Tyler Colins

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Well-written!

I loved the sarcastic humor and great descriptive writing!

Cindy Piller did a great job narrating!

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Silly, punny, and snarky

private-investigators, Hawaii, murder-investigation, punny, snarky, friendship, laugh-out-loud

The first body was the object of their investigation.
Three friends decided to be private investigators in Hawaii despite having no licenses, residence, or anything else that you would expect. Their first client is a very wealthy man who wants to divorce his current wife without any excess cost by proving that she is cheating on him. But she is the first body! It's a very punny story full of snarks and Hawaiian trivia. Fast paced and twisty, it moves along much quicker than I expected. Loved it!
Cindy Piller is the highly expressive narrator who adds to the general hilarity.
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  • 02-23-20

A female Magnum P.I team

This is the first book by this author that I have read or listened to but I will be keeping an eye out for more books in the series because I enjoyed it. The author describes the setting very well and with help from tv shows it is very easy to picture the island despite never have been there. It was the characters that made it fun though, from the recognized weather girl to the b list movie star, each had there own quirks to bring to the table and get the fledgling detective agency off the ground. The mystery was good and took lots of twists with each body that dropped.
A millionaire hires the triple threat investigation agency to find evidence of his wife cheating on him. Things seem off with there knew client as he already know exactly where his wife is going to be at any given time but he is there first paying client. How hard can it be to follow a woman from charity events to expensive restaurants to the gym? It proves very hard when they stumble over her dead body. The husband still wants the three friends to find out the secret his wife was keeping and they dig deeper into the drug world. It seems miss innocent wasn't that innocent. Then the problem really start and witnesses start dropping before they can question them. Is someone cleaning up lose ends? Or has a killer got there own secret to keep hidden. With a killer on the lose, an ugly guru threatening them and a mystery man following Jill can she, Rey and Linda get to the bottom of there first case or will it prove to much for the trio.
I liked the narrator and thought she did a good job bringing emotion and excitement to the story.
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