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A dubious fiancée. An amateur sleuth.
She's in over her head, but up for the case....
Ronnie Lake may have passed 50, but she's ready to take on any challenge. So when her recently-widowed brother announces his engagement to a much younger beauty, she goes from suspicion to action in a hurry. Her German Shepherd by her side, the downsized divorcee starts gathering clues to see if the girl is one-in-a-million or simply after his millions....
Nerves fray when a disturbing package arrives, and the strange phone calls begin. But with every step Ronnie takes toward the truth, she wedges a larger gap between herself and the people she loves.
Will Ronnie's detective act tear her family apart, or save her brother from a gold-digger with a dark secret?
Stunner: A Ronnie Lake Mystery is the first standalone book in the captivating Ronnie Lake Mystery series. If you like high-spirited heroines, intriguing twists and turns, and riveting suspense with a dash of humor, then you’ll love Niki Danforth’s enthralling novel. Listen to Stunner to track down the truth today!
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I really enjoyed this book! There were so many twists and turns in this cozy mystery that I was thoroughly entertained.
No Redeeming Value
Would you try another book from Niki Danforth and/or Judith West?
Not likely to buy another Danforth novel. The plot was pedestrian and the characters were without special value.
Ronnie Lake is an amateur private eye who doesn't need to work for a living so she spends her time at a Dojo and pestering her brother who falls in love with a stunner who has issues with her past. It takes Ronnie forever to figure out the obvious. Even the criminals in the story are way short of the minimum when it comes to brain cells. As I think back, the smartest character in the whole story was her dog Warrior.
If this book were a movie would you go see it?
Unlikely anyone would be willing to make this story into a movie.