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The Misadventures of the Laundry Hag: Hung Out To Dry (Volume 4) Paperback – July 1, 2015
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As she moves through the piles of left overs Maggie discovers a life that Sarah’s grandfather led that he kept a secret from everyone and Sarah wants Maggie’s help to uncover the mystery of why he was so reclusive. The more Maggie delves into this man’s history the less she likes him and what he may have done. There are friends that are dying from apparent old age but are they really or someone helping them along. She knows that it is not paranoia if someone really is after you, and Maggie has had a lot of people after her for less than honorable reasons.
While Maggie sorts through someone else’s junk she is also deciding where to take her life from the point she is at right now. Does she want another baby, would she like to take on a career with her sons growing up, or is the thought of sharing something unique with her husband all that matters. Well staying alive and not getting into another hole she cannot find a way out of is the most important to do every day of her life, let’s face it she is not the most lucky in some areas of life.
The characters are engaging, the mystery intriguing, and the story line never stops moving which is just a few of the reasons I love to read a book written by Jennifer Hart. I admit to complete reader disclosure that Maggie is my favorite character because of her imperfection and complete love of cleaning.
The latest is a good addition to the series and expands and extends the story nicely. There is a bit of a cliff hanger at the end but I won't spoil it for you. While each is a complete story I think you will enjoy most if you read them in order starting with the prequel Who Needs A Hero.
Maggie is thrilled to be offered a job clearing out the home of a young psychic whose grandfather recently passed away. She quickly becomes attached to the young lady and when things feel wrong, she feels compelled to look into the situation. This time Maggie isn’t even sure if there has been a murder or if the gentleman in question truly died of an age related heart-attack. But when more things happen including a kidnap attempt, she can’t help but connect all the incidences.
Life at home is complicated too. Penny is having problems, Sylvia disappears, and of course Neil is still awaiting her answer about having a baby.