Diner Deeds Done Dirt Cheap - an Aspie Girl in Massachusetts

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Willow likes her quiet routine. She edits books from her small apartment. She occasionally goes out to the local diner for a tuna melt. She enjoys living in Worcester. It's where the Worcester Lunch Car Company made diners from 1096 to 1957. And now she gets to enjoy one in all its vintage glory.

But her quiet, predictable evening at the diner is disturbed when four restaurant workers come in ... More
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About Lisa Shea

I love writing in a variety of genres. I currently have over 300 books published in all lengths from full 500+ page novels down to short stories. I love writing series. Some are with unconnected characters, like the 14 full-length medieval novels with a sword being passed from heroine to heroine. Some have connected characters, like the 31 mini-mysteries featuring a detective in Salem, Massachusetts. All of my books are written "clean" with no explicit intimacy, no harsh language, and no explicit violence. All are suitable for teens and up.

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Reviews of Diner Deeds Done Dirt Cheap - an Aspie Girl in Massachusetts by Lisa Shea

Myztikal Tearz reviewed on March 10, 2018

Better than the Lighthouse book
(review of free book)
NateG reviewed on Oct. 12, 2016

Good hooks in this tale and then a satisfying ending. I think the main character is a cool girl.
(review of free book)
Malcolm Torres reviewed on June 8, 2016

This story starts out as a slice of life, a girl goes to a diner, we learn about her family and her routines. I really enjoyed her slight OCD / Aspie habits (have some of my own - lol). It was fun enough reading but I was wondering where it was going, and then . . . it's like a spring had been compressed and it popped with a great surprise ending. Looking for more of these episodes. Also this author is prolific with many great reads here on Smashwords and Amazon.
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