It's the day of Bubba and Willodean's wedding. The sun is shining. There isn't a cloud in the sky. The pergola is decorated in high style with baby's breath and ribbons streaming galore, and the preacher is ready. So what can possibly go wrong? Just about everything can go wrong.
While 22 types of canapes are being served along with gallons of mimosas, Bubba finds the one thing that he well and truly did not want to find. There's a dead body in his house. Then the dead body disappears while Bubba goes for help. Then the body reappears with nary a witness except Bubba.
One would think all of that would be bad enough, but throw in a super steampunk villain, a cranky baby, no available cellphones, a mother who invited "everyone" to the wedding, and dozens of people trying to keep a secret from Bubba, and one's got a bona fide comical caper of epic proportions.
The questions are very nearly endless. Will there be a wedding? Will Bubba ever find the dead body again? Will he find out who the murderer is? Will this trailer ever end?
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Somebody call Hollywood
As book 8 of this series downloads I thought I'd give this book (series really) a little review. If you like to laugh, and I mean really laugh out loud, these books are for you. The series just keeps getting better and funnier as you go along. I admit I was put off by the narrator change at book 3 but after that one Mike Alger seems to really get a feel for the characters and he his absolutely spot on in this one. By the time I was halfway through this volume I was thinking that this would make a great movie. So, somebody out there who knows somebody, call Hollywood and introduce them to Bubba.
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