Antiques picker and PI Jane Wheel returns to her hometown to find a comedian's TV special has turned deadly in the eighth of Sharon Fiffer's charming mystery series.
With her divorce final, Jane must clear out her antique collection and sell her house. Now homeless, Jane heads to Kankekee, IL, her hometown, to find it, too, has been turned upside-down. Lucky Miller - a little-known comedian - is staging a comeback. Suspicious, Jane's mother Nellie hires Jane to investigate.
But why does Nellie care? Lucky would sure like to know, so he, too, calls on Jane to find out. Still, Nellie may be the least of his problems when a driver on his crew turns up dead hours after claiming that Lucky tried to kill him.
What would have made Lucky Stuff better?
Really needed a better plot. I found myself looking forward to it being over
Has Lucky Stuff turned you off from other books in this genre?
Would you be willing to try another one of Nora Fiffer’s performances?
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
I got so tired of hearing the town name. It was referred to too many times. It was established at the beginning where the book was taking place.
Any additional comments?