Book: Annie's 6th Sense (The Annie McCauley Romantic Comedy Mysteries) by Willee Amsdencategories: Book, Woman Sleuth, Humorous Mystery, Romantic Comedy, Like Janet Evanovich, Romantic Mystery
Willee Amsdenabout this book: When Annie McCauley left little Mesa View, Texas to live in NYC and pursue her dream of being a super model, she knew it would be tough. But she didn't know her arch rival Brittany would follow her and sabotage her plans. Now she has the dubious distinction of being the Calamity Jane of the fashion world and has been forced to take a job as an operative for the Grolsch Agency.
Instead of spending her days on the catwalk, she's spending her days and nights looking for missing persons and trying to solve mysteries. With the help of sexy, though annoying, Luther Grolsch and her BFF Luis, she seems to find a way to succeed but not without a few bruises and bumps along the way.
Her latest gig is looking for Izzie Brown, a woman who is missing and may or may not want it that way. Tom further complicate her life, she's started to hear voices in the middle of the night. The voices aren't making any sense, "What is the capital of Brussels?"
Ida Grolsch, Luther's larger and louder than life mama, seems to be sneaking around at night, and Annie's own Mama is lying to her Daddy. What has gotten in to these older women?
Find out in the 6th book in the hilarious and heart-warming Annie McCauley series.
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