My Boss is a Serial Killer
The Carol Frank "Boss" Mysteries, no. 1
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Legal secretary Carol Frank is great at her job, even if she must cope daily with the extreme quirks of her obsessive-compulsive boss, Bill Nestor. Attorney Bill produces wills and other estate documents for his clients, many of whom are elderly widows who, for some mysterious reason, later commit suicide. Or do they? Carol takes notice of the high mortality rate of Bill's clients when a criminally attractive detective comes to the office asking questions. Though at first her interest in the case is purely an interest in the detective, she begins to suspect that there is something more going on with Bill's client list than customer service.
Revealing a conspiracy while navigating the waters of office politics isn't covered in the company policy handbook, and Carol must find answers to some hard questions. Is it acceptable to work for a killer, as long as he's polite? Do kinky sex games with a detective signify underlying psychoses, or just that she's easy? Does a secretary have to get pre-approved paid-time-off in order to run for her life? When one is attacked at the office, does destruction of clothing count as a tax write-off? These and many other murder, romance and filing dilemmas will be tackled in My Boss is a Serial Killer.
I've read more mysterious, funnier and romantic stories.
I found myself bored with this story.
Not worth the money. I wish i hadn't wasted my money and time.