The Margie Peterson Mysteries
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(4.6 based on 18 ratings)
  • 1
    Mother's Day Out: The Margie Peterson Mysteries, Book 1 | Karen MacInerney

    Mother's Day Out: The Margie Peterson Mysteries, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 17 mins)
    • By Karen MacInerney
    • Narrated By Cris Dukehart
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    With a husband who works long hours trying to make partner and two rambunctious kids that are running her ragged, Margie Peterson is like any other worn-out suburban mom. When she decides to take a job as a PI for a seedy local detective agency, everything changes. It doesn't take long for Margie to get in over her head: Her first day on the job she totals her minivan, mistakenly enters a drag contest, and winds up in the bathroom with a dead transvestite. But when Margie finds her home number in the victim's phone, things really start to get interesting.

    nice easy read.

    Easy going book, really enjoyed it, quite a change of book for me. Fun and humorous and a rather good plot.

    Reviewed on 12 May 2016 by martine mcd ()
  • 2
    Mother Knows Best: A Margie Peterson Mystery, Book 2 | Karen MacInerney

    Mother Knows Best: A Margie Peterson Mystery, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 28 mins)
    • By Karen MacInerney
    • Narrated By Cris Dukehart
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (4)
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    (4)
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    (4)

    Things aren't going well for private investigator and mom Margie Peterson. Her husband, Blake, is claiming his taste for drag queens is "just a phase." Her first-grade daughter isn't fitting in at her new posh elementary school, Holy Oaks Catholic School. And her hippie mother has swept into town and replaced the family's store of processed foods with seaweed snacks. To top it all off, a late-night phone call from her boss, Peaches Barlowe, has pulled Margie into a very strange murder case, one that involves the Holy Oaks headmaster, George Cavendish.

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