RG2E’s EOTD include Tina Lencioni’s Kate McCall, Private Eye and John Locke’s Bad Doctor

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Y’all wanted more Cozy-style Humorous Mysteries and Thrillers, so here we go…

Author: Tina Lencioni

On Amazon

99 Cents

Kate McCall, Private Eye is the first of a series featuring a novice private investigator with more spunk than sense.

Confident and optimistic, Kate McCall is convinced she can make a success of her private investigation business despite the fact that she hasn’t had a single case. Not so optimistic are the members of her big Irish family, especially her sisters, who are there at every opportunity to point out Kate’s dire financial state and to encourage her to find a steady office job. When three investigations suddenly fall into her lap Kate grabs onto this windfall, and in just a few short days unravels the secrets behind the collapse of a high school athlete, the theft of her ex-boyfriend’s pastry recipes, and a question of paternity posed by a querulous old man. Tagging along as reluctant assistants are Kate’s charming, unemployed cousin Nick, and Pickles, her little dog of indeterminate breed. Teenagers with attitude, a tempestuous French chef, a mysterious handbag designer, and a peculiar, ever-present neighbor join other quirky characters in places as diverse as a haphazard commercial bakery, a Latino nightclub, and a run-down sports bar to provide Kate with vital information and clues. Every step of the way her financial state worsens and someone in her extended family interferes, but no matter how empty her bank account, how loud her family protests, or how much she annoys her clients, Kate refuses to be distracted from her goal: finding the truth in every case.

Fast paced and very funny, Kate McCall, Private Eye is a fresh, character-driven story featuring a fearless and impulsive young woman absolutely determined to make a success of her business on her own terms and in her own way. Written for fans of humorous fiction, as well as those looking for an alternative to the ubiquitous tough female PI, this lighthearted series will also appeal to anyone who enjoys a great read, memorable characters and a happy ending.

Author: John Locke

On AmazonNook and Smashwords

99 Cents

“When you’re in my hospital you’re not family. You’re prey!

“If you’re coming after me, don’t do it in a hospital. That’s my domain. And don’t piss me off in the real world and expect a smooth hospital stay because I have a long memory, and no one is exempt. Before you bully me in a bar, embarrass me on a date, or refuse to replace the crappy car you sold me, think about this: you’ll never be more vulnerable in your life than when you’re spending the night in a hospital. When you’re here, you’re not family. You’re prey!”
–Dr. Gideon Box
Reader Comments

“Wild and crazy! After reading Bad Doctor, I may never set foot in a hospital again—even as a visitor!”

“If you like Donovan Creed, you’re going to love Bad Doctor!”

“Bad Doctor hooked me from the first sentence! I kept thinking “Just one more chapter,” but I couldn’t stop. When there were no pages left to turn I was shocked to find I had spent the entire afternoon reading this book!”

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18 thoughts on “RG2E’s EOTD include Tina Lencioni’s Kate McCall, Private Eye and John Locke’s Bad Doctor

  1. Great selections!! I have John Locke’s Bad Doctor. Loved it!! I would like Kate Mccall’s Private Eye for Kindle, please!!

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