- File Size: 738 KB
- Print Length: 184 pages
- Publisher: Beyond the Page (January 5, 2015)
- Publication Date: January 5, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00RW5Q6HW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #288,121 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Hit and Nun (A Lucille Mystery Book 3) Kindle Edition
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This time there is a pizza war between two rival stores. When one of the pizza store owners is murdered of course the first person they look at is the owner of the second shop. But was it really him or was there something else that caused the murder? When the wife of the murdered man turns up dead, maybe there is something more sinister afoot.
Peg Cochran writes Lucille as an everyday person just wanting justice for all. She somehow manages to get in the middle of murder without even trying. You will laugh at some of the situations Peg writes Lucille in. There are also warm family times written in and of course the exciting chase scenes. I hope there are going to be more books in the series. I would miss Lucille if she didn’t make more appearances.
I love this series, as the characters seem so real to me, it's like I've met them in real life. Lucille and Flo are the Lucy Ricardo and Ethel Mertz of the literary world.
Life is good for Lucille, her daughter, Bernadette, has gotten married and has had her baby. All in the excepted order, too. But Bernadette then drops the bombshell that her and her husband, Tony, don't want to have their baby baptized and it is time for Lucille to have her first mammogram.
One day on her way into work at St. Rocco's church she stops off at her favorite pizza shop, Sal's Pizzeria. When she arrives at work, another volunteer asks her, no tells her to go into the church and make sure that the flowers are properly arranged. As she is doing so, she startled when someone approaches and says that they need to be baptized. She sees that it is Sal and he is bleeding from a stab wound. There are no priests available, so she gets some holy water and blesses him, only to have him die shortly thereafter. She gets a job at the rival pizza shop to try and she who might have killed Sal, but ends disastrously as she tries to toss a pizza shell and proves that she doesn't have the experience she claimed to have. But, then she enlists the help of Flo to get to the heart of the matter.
You have to get a laugh out of the antics of Lucille and Flo.
So looking forward to the next book in this hilarious series.
Reading this book is like a watching an episode of I love Lucy. Lucille and Flo stumbled from one messy situation to another. It is so funny, you can't help but rooting for these two. These two might not be the brightest bulbs out there, but they sure got the biggest heart. Love this series.