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Back Stabbers (The Country Club Murders Book 8) Kindle Edition
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Ellison & Anarchy Jones are a hot item and people are beginning to get used to the idea. When Ellison finds her stockbroker murdered in his office she becomes aware of the plight of the young women who work there.
As Ellison faces the wrath of Mother over Karma, she also discovers how fiercely Mother defends Ellison from her back stabbing peers.
Mr. Coffee, Ellison's most steadfast man, provides the backbone needed to get her through every twist & turn.
Fast paced action and true to period descriptions put a smile on my face the entire read. With only pagers and landline phones, shag carpets, lavender and green bathrooms, the nostalgia was spot on.
Sadly to say the attitude towards young female brokerage staff continued into the '90s when I worked at one.
I volunteered to read an ARC from Henery Press through Edelweiss. Release date is Oct 23 2018
Meanwhile, Ellison’s half-sister Karma comes to visit, staying with Ellison at her dad’s insistence. After all the only other choice would be for Karma to stay with Ellison’s parents, and if Ellison is surprised by Karma’s existence, she can hardly imagine how her mother will react.
And then there’s Ellison’s relationship with Anarchy Jones, who is all too previously acquainted with Karma. And Ellison’s daughter Grace, who has brought home a rescue cat. Max, the dog in residence, does not approve.
As always, Mulhern has written a good mystery, populated with quirky and amusing characters, and set in the upper social circles of Kansas City in the early 1970s, back before cell phones and computers changed life so much.