The time-honored Red Sox versus Yankees rivalry...bitter, divorced parents who can't stop bickering...a challenging teenage daughter who questions everything her mother tells her.... These are the least of overworked homicide investigator Laurencia Rivera's troubles when she's stalked during an important case.
A teenager turns up dead in the woods, brutally murdered, and it looks like it might be politically motivated.... The short-handed homicide team can't seem to get a handle on the case...things just keep going wrong.... Is someone trying to intimidate Laurencia Rivera and her investigators, to protect the killer and prevent him from being caught?
Better known as Larry, the gutsy, romance-challenged Connecticut state trooper is desperate to avoid World War III when her parents announce they are both coming for the holidays. She thinks that renting a room for her father at the Four Acorns Inn will solve the problem, but it just makes everything worse. Larry's mother is offended that her ex-husband, a Boston Red Sox assistant coach, gets all the pampering; she's determined to kick up a fuss. When Mama's unhappy, everyone is going to hear about it!
Sometimes, the only thing for a good friend to do at a time like this is to offer respite from a quickly unraveling family life by stepping in and taking charge of the care and feeding of the entire Rivera family. Scarlet Wilson, innkeeper at the Four Acorns Inn and amateur sleuth, is the perfect person for the task. If only she stuck to guest services....
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This was a fun audiobook. Characters are cute and growing with each book. The story isn't too complex, very easy to follow. I love the quirky family and friends that stay with them and the happy ending. The only problem I have is the recording quality. I know it's the author's baby and she wants to see it through, but renting a studio will go a long way to keeping the recording clean and easy on the ears. I like her voice, but the background noise and tinny quality is hard to ignore and detracts from the story. Thank you and please keep writing!