February Fever (Paperback)
Toadhouse Books, 9781948584180, 270pp.
Publication Date: July 23, 2018
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"The best outing yet for Mira."--Kirkus Reviews
All Aboard the Murder Express
Mira James' hot and heavy relationship with Johnny Leeson is definitely warming up her winter. But when Johnny has to travel to Portland, Oregon, for a month-long internship, airplane-averse Mira lets Mrs. Berns talk her into a visit. On the plus side, Mira can make the trip a tax write-off by attending the International Private Investigator Conference. On the down side, Mrs. Berns books them--much to Mira's dismay--on the Valentine Train, a place for singles to mix and mingle.
After a few glasses of champagne and Mrs. Berns' encouragement, Mira begins to relax and enjoy herself . . . until a fellow passenger is murdered and a snowstorm traps the train in the Rockies. If Mira can't track down the killer, she may end up derailed--permanently.
February Fever is perfect for readers who love to escape into the humorous mysteries of Janet Evanovich, Denise Grover Swank, Margaret Lashley, Amy Vansant, Rose Pressley, Carl Hiaasen, and Stephanie Bond. Or, if you love to belly-laugh while reading a heart-pounding mystery, then this series is for you
February Fever is the tenth in a series of laugh-out-loud-funny, romantic, comic caper mysteries featuring Mira James, an urban woman with rural Minnesota roots. The books can be read in any order; each novel stands alone. Get all the Mira James mysteries today
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Or, if you love a good binge read, check out the bundles
Mira James Mysteries Summer Bundle, Books 1-4 (May, June, July, and August)
Mira James Mysteries Fall Bundle, Books 5-7 (September, October, November)
Mira James Mysteries Winter Bundle, Books 8-10 (December, January, February)
PRAISE FOR FEBRUARY FEVER
"Lourey skillfully mixes humor and suspense . . . the characters are wonderful and wacky, and the mile-a-minute pace never falters."--Booklist (starred review)
" An] incredible series...."--Suspense Magazine
"I can't wait to see what Mira does next."--Crimespree Magazine