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Jammed (A Charlie Cooper Mystery, Volume 1) Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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“I was not a people person. I was a Netflix person. A paperback mystery girl.” (LOC 362)
When her boss, the police captain, assigns her to go undercover to catch a drug dealer in her hometown, she’s floored. An undercover spy? Why her? She’s just a secretary. Of course, her first instinct was to reject it, but when the gig came with a pay increase, she was in no position to refuse.
So, back home she goes. Does she have a plan to this whole thing? Would she know what to do if things got rough? Hell no. But she’s sure going to try. Like Sandra Bullock, Charlie Cooper is cute, spunky, and klunky.
I loved hearing about her disastrous date with the boring, talkative clarinet player doofus, who wouldn’t shut up and worked in a jam factory. Loved her little comments throughout.
It’s a good thing she teamed up with two brassy, sassy waitresses from her father’s diner. They were two funny broads with a no-nonsense attitude, karate skills, and guns.
I enjoyed the bulk of the story, but the ending was a little too quick for my liking. But, overall, a good read.
Back home, she has to deal with her nutty family, a couple of wacky sidekicks, and a drop-dead-gorgeous undercover Springston cop who gets on her nerves—oh, and with someone who is trying to kill her.
Jammed by Deany Ray is a deliriously funny mystery with a wacky main character that you will fall in love with. Like war, which is hours of boredom interrupted occasionally by seconds of chaos and panic, this book is pages and pages of wackiness and humor, broken up with a few pages here and there of spine-tingling action.
If you like a laugh along with your mystery, give this one a try.
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Main character fell flat in every way.Read more