Never Con a Corgi by Edie Claire Book Summary
Sixth in the USA-Today and Apple Top-Ten bestselling Leigh Koslow Mystery Series!
After a real-time, 10-year hiatus, Leigh and all her friends and family are back… and better than ever!
It's been ten long years since Leigh Koslow last stumbled onto a body. She thought she had been given a reprieve.
She was wrong.
Hapless advertising copywriter Leigh Koslow, now a middle-aged mom, is more than happy to leave the macabre pandemonium of her thirties behind. Unfortunately, Leigh's killer karma hasn't really deserted her... it's just been biding its time.
When an innocent walk in the woods with her dog turns up yet another corpse, Leigh begins to get worried. It's bad enough that the victim is a client of her agency. It's even worse that he is the same unscrupulous real estate developer who's been conniving to bulldoze her Aunt Bess's homestead. And it would be a whole lot better for everyone in Leigh's family if her cousin Cara's husband hadn't brawled with the man in front of a churchful of witnesses an hour before the murder. But fate is what it is, and as Leigh's beleaguered friend, Detective Maura Polanski, sets out once again to save the Koslow clan from self-destruction, the women face their toughest battle yet. Because not only has Leigh failed to grow out of her inborn talent for trouble, she's bestowed it on the next generation...
Praise for the Leigh Koslow Mystery Series:
"A funny, fast-paced, clever, and unusual mystery that will have readers clamoring for more. Edie Claire writes with style and dash. Sheer delight." -- Carolyn Hart
"Edie Claire is a bright new addition to the mystery world. Along with appealing characters and a blessedly lucid writing style, she delivers a solid plot that keeps the pages turning." -- Margaret Maron
Never Tease a Siamese
"The fifth installment in this excellent series, and perhaps Ms. Claire's best yet. The characters and relationships are superior, written with heartfelt compassion and wry wit." -- Romantic Times
Copyright 2012 by Edie Claire