Charley Davidson Series Book 2: Second Grave On The Left - Darynda Jones Reviews
Description:ISBN 749956097 / Genre: Mystery / Author: Darynda Jones / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2012-01-05 by Piatkus
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Darynda Jones Second Grave on the Left (Charley Davidson)
Pages: 320, Paperback, Piatkus
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by - written on 05/03/12 (Very useful, 56 readings)
---Book synopsis--- When Charley is rudely awakened in the middle of the night by her best friend who tells her to get dressed quickly and tosses clothes out of the closet at her, she can't help but wonder what Cookie's up to. Leather scrunch boots with a floral miniskirt? Together? Seriously? Cookie explains that a friend of hers named Mimi disappeared five days earlier and that she just got a text from her setting up a meet at a coffee shop downtown. They show up at the coffee shop, but no Mimi. But Charley finds a message on the bathroom wall. Mimi left a clue, a woman's name. Mimi's husband explains that his wife had been acting strange since she found out ... Read the complete review
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