The Tulip Shirt Murders

Private investigator Delanie Fitzgerald, and her computer hacker partner, Duncan Reynolds, are back for more sleuthing in The Tulip Shirt Murders. When a local music producer hires the duo to find out who is bootlegging his artists’ CDs, Delanie uncovers more than just copyright thieves. And if chasing bootleggers isn’t bad enough, local strip club owner and resident sleaze, Chaz Smith, pops back into Delanie’s life with more requests. The police have their man in a gruesome murder, but the loud-mouthed strip club owner thinks there is more to the open and shut case. Delanie and Duncan link a series of killings with no common threads. And they must put the rest of the missing pieces together before someone else is murdered.

The Tulip Shirt Murders is a fast-paced mystery that appeals to readers who like a strong female sleuth with a knack for getting herself in and out of humorous situations such as larping and trading elbow jabs with roller derby queens.

My Review

This is the first book I have read by this author. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Delanie is full of personality. Instantly, I fell in love with Delanie. She kind of thrived on danger. Yet, at the same time, Delanie was sweet like Nancy Drew; only a modern day one. It is always nice when you enjoy the main character. However, Delanie was not the only main character. There is her partner, Duncan. A good likeable guy, who is trustworthy. These two worked well together.

The storyline is a fun, quick, and solid one. Between Delanie, Duncan, and the storyline, this is a good read. Nothing better then having a fun time reading a book. There were a few twists to keep the readers guessing. Fans of cozy reads will like this book. The Tulip Short Murders deserves a look and read. I plan to read more books from this author.


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