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Bear Claus: A Bear Jacobs Holiday Novella (PI Bear Jacobs Mysteries) Paperback – August 11, 2017
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About the Author
Linda B. Myers won her first creative contest in the sixth grade for her Clean Up Fix Up Paint Up poster. After a Chicago marketing career, she traded in her heels for rain boots and moved to the Pacific Northwest with her nervous dachshund and a grumpy parrot. You can visit with Linda on her blog at www.lindabmyers.com or on her author page at www.amazon.com/author/lindabmyers
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This escapade began when Eunice's bookkeeper realized that some of the charges on her charge card were exceptionally higher than normal. Specifically, the ones relating to My Fair Pair lingerie shop. Eunice has been friends with the owner forever, and she had realized the overcharges existed, but had been reluctant to pursue the problem since she thought it was the owner's daughter.
Bear is a bit taciturn ordinarily, and Christmas made him even more bearish, so Lily decided to get him involved in an investigation to cheer him up. It worked!!
The story takes some unexpected twists and turns, and I love that the author gives enough background so that you aren't lost because you haven't read the previous books.
Take some time to get to know Bear and his cohorts, I think you'll love them as much as I do.