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Why did someone kill Olive Pendleton and hide her body?

When bakery owner Lexy Baker and her posse of iPad-toting grandmas witness a murder remotely through the camera of a drone, they go straight to Lexy's homicide detective husband, Jack, to report the crime. But with no body and no crime reported, Jack can't do a thing, leaving Lexy and her grandmother no alternative than to solve the murder themselves.

Armed with nothing but their gigantic patent leather purses and a dogged determination to see justice done, the ladies dodge a pack of overzealous Pekeapoos, nosey neighbors, and an ornery husband in order to flush out Olive's killer before he kills again.

©2016, 2017, 2018 Leighann Dobbs Publishing (P)2019 Leighann Dobbs Publishing

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Love the little old ladies crime club!

I listened to this book and enjoyed it. Narrator is good, a good book can be destroyed by a bad narrator! The little old ladies in the crime club each has a different personality. The one who lost her drone is my favorite. Lexie, the main character, is very patient with the little old ladies. It is a pleasure to read a book that doesn't have foul language or descriptions of sex acts. I didn't figure out who the killer was until the author revealed who was guilty. Will read or listen to more by this writer.

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  • 09-23-20

Badly done from the start

If five people tell the police they have witnessed a murder, the police would, at the very least, send someone to to scene to investigate. Given the particular policeman in question is married to one of the witnesses, and given the group as a whole have a proven track-record of helping the police solve murders, he'd have no reason to question their report of what they witnessed. But, even if they were complete strangers to the police, there is no way the police would sit back refuse to look into the matter unless they got a call from someone at the scene to report the murder because the witnesses don't have any evidence on them! It just doesn't make sense!