March of Crimes (Paperback)

By Jess Lourey

Toadhouse Books, 9781948584401, 264pp.

Publication Date: May 31, 2019

List Price: 14.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

"Packed with charmingly ridiculous characters, I laughed my way through this small town mystery." ―Book Riot

A doll walks into a bar...

Ida Gilbertson of the Battle Lake Senior Sunset nursing home has a new hobby: crafting life-sized dolls and displaying them around town. Budding PI Mira James finds the homemade mannequins creepy enough on their own, but when she's forced to sit next to one and discovers a human corpse under the hat and wig, it becomes personal.

Police Chief Gary Wohnt is all too eager to pin the blame on Mira. When her sleuthing gives him the perfect excuse to lock her up, it's up to Mayor Kennie Rogers and Mrs. Berns to help her escape.

Racing against the clock, Mira must unmask the murderer before she either becomes a jailbird...or the next dolled-up victim.

March of Crimes is a laugh-out-loud comic caper, perfect for readers who enjoy the humorous mysteries of Chelsea Field, Gina LaManna, Janet Evanovich, Denise Grover Swank, and Stephanie Bond. If you love to belly-laugh while on the edge of your seat, this series is for you

March of Crimes is the eleventh in an ongoing series 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

May Day
June Bug
Knee High by the Fourth of July
August Moon
September Mourn
October Fest
November Hunt
December Dread
January Thaw
February Fever
March of Crimes
April Fools

Or, if you love to sink into a satisfying 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 MARCH OF CRIMES

"Earthy language, quirky suspects, and much related tomfoolery..." ―Kirkus Reviews