The Love Detective: Next Level
by Angela Dyson
Pub Date 21 Sep 2019
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When Clarry Pennhaligan, rookie private detective and unlikely heroine, takes on her second case, she is determined to master the art of smart. All she has been asked to do is to infiltrate a group of women who share a rather unusual way of spending their spare time. Shouldn’t be too demanding, she thinks, nothing to it. But, after her first clumsy steps reveal secrets that may best be kept hidden, her investigation gains momentum and events take a bizarre and sinister turn. Out of her depth and working above her paygrade, Clarry soon faces a very real danger. Things just got Next Level.
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Praise for The Love Detective:
"Lots of unexpected twists and turns which kept you on the edge of your seat. Great dialogue and development of characters. Carrie is the sort of person you would love as a friend. Looking forward to more adventures." - Amazon reviewer
"You'll be on Clarry's side right from the start; she's warm, funny, earthy and up for almost anything. Unexpected laugh out loud moments, tightly wound suspense and darker realities that won't be shhhh'd or 'no thank you'd', all keep those pages turning - at a pace. We're in Clarry's world and it's a blast. Looking forward to her next adventure!" - Amazon review
"What if your friend asked you to investigate her boyfriend one day? Would you do it? Could you do it? Well the main character of The Love Detective has no troubles whatever, as Clarry Pennhaligan becomes an amateur sleuth. This novel is fun, with many distinct characters and fun scenes leaving their mark on the story. The book also has a cheeky side to it that only a female writer could get away with. While this book is a light read to begin with, our main character starts getting caught up in the darker side of life. A perfect holiday read." - Book Potato book reviews