By Sharon Dunn
Solving a homicide secret is far greater than the BHN bargained for!
What may Ginger the newborn boomer, Kindra the school scholar, Suzanne the pregnant mom of 3, and Mary Margret the silver-haired real-estate agent in all likelihood have in universal? Who would’ve guessed…a ardour for storage sales!
This motley team types the cut price Hunters Network–bonding whereas clipping coupons, attending half-price revenues, and scouting clearance racks of their place of origin of 3 Horses, Montana. but if one of many 4 turns up lacking, those shop-till-you-drop ladies needs to set their discount looking apart to soak up a wholly new enterprise altogether–solving a crime.
As the 3 novice sleuths retrace their friend’s fateful steps, they realize clues that cause them to suspect her homicide is associated with an strange storage sale buy made at the morning of her loss of life. but if their seek finds a traumatic mystery that’s been conscientiously hid for over 20 years, the ladies are drawn right into a darkish underworld full of bribery, greed, and deception. With made up our minds criminals who will cease at not anything to maintain their mystery secure, will those fiscally awake ladies turn out paying the last word price?
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The woman didn’t smile back. Instead, she gave her rug a flip and a hard shake. After shifting into reverse, Ginger cranked the steering wheel and turned the car around. She headed up the long gravel driveway. When she glanced in her rearview mirror, the mom was still eyeballing her car, hands on her hips, eyes drawn into a squint. They probably thought she was one weird lady. Talk about making a poor first impression. One thing was for sure. They wouldn’t be getting together anytime soon for a barbecue.
Folded clothes had been knocked off the coffee table to the floor. Something was not right. Mary Margret wouldn’t leave clothes out. She certainly wouldn’t leave them on the floor. Ginger gathered up the clothes, tossed them in the laundry basket, and trotted down the hall. “Mary Margret? ” Her friend was eight years older than her, but in good health. She pushed open the bedroom door and held her breath, expecting to see Mary on the floor unconscious or gasping for breath—or worse. Her heartbeat increased.
Suzanne and Kindra weren’t as worried as she was. Why couldn’t she just follow their lead and relax? Because they hadn’t spent five minutes calling Mary Margret’s name in the empty house. Because they hadn’t seen the messed-up laundry. Because they hadn’t looked for the note that wasn’t there. Kindra’s blond ponytail bobbed as she bounced three times. The kid’s cheerleader syndrome was acting up again. She could not do anything important without bouncing three times first. Kindra twirled with the skirt held up to her waist.