The Misadventures of the Laundry Hag: Bun in the Oven
Jennifer L. Hart
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Baby on Board!
Maggie Phillips is beyond ready to have her new baby so life can get back to normal. Unfortunately, “normal” for the laundry hag is a relative term. When a neighbor goes missing, Neil begs his wife to stay out of it and focus on the upcoming labor and delivery, but Maggie can’t help but poke around into the man’s life out of habit and curiosity.But when the neighbor’s body is discovered stuffed into his own freezer and his wife and new baby also go missing, it’s up to the very pregnant laundry hag to clean house and get to the bottom of yet another misadventure, even if the killer is closer to home than she ever imagined.
Murder, scandal and industrial strength juicers. What more could a mom-to-be need?
Grabs you from the first
[I voluntarily read and reviewed this book after the author gifted it to me pre-release]
“No, you’re right. I can’t make waves, can’t put a toe out of line, can’t ask for anything that I want or need because it’ll make life too uncomfortable for everyone else.”
Baby X seems to be in charge for this episode. Nine plus month pregnant Maggie is still trying to be everything to everyone, until her next door neighbor gives birth and everything seems to hit everywhere all at once. Add a teenager and a tween to the mix and a mother-in-law who thinks she's being helpful, and an odd assortment of neighbors, police and a dog the size of the house and you are bound to be entertained and intrigued as the story unfolds.
This, without any doubt, is the best of the now five Laundry Hag books. Warning, don't start this book unless you have nothing else on your plate because you will not want to stop reading until it is done!
- Category: Mysteries & Thrillers
- Published: May 09, 2017
- Publisher: Jennifer L Hart
- Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC
- Print Length: 222 Pages
- Language: English