When Tracy loses her waitressing job, she doesn’t mope. She becomes an apprentice to an enigmatic P.I. Her first case should be easy: a lost dog. But things are never easy and she’s soon ankles deep in criminals, FTAs, and cheating spouses - her ex included. And that’s on top of a new roommate and a family that likes to meddle with her life. Luckily Brooklyn waitresses are made of sterner stuff. More
Waitress extraordinaire turned P.I. What could possibly go wrong?
When Tracy Hayes, Brooklyn waitress extraordinaire (only a slight exaggeration), loses her job – again – she doesn’t despair. She can’t afford to or she’ll lose her apartment. Instead, she takes the first job that she comes across. She becomes an apprentice to an enigmatic P.I.
Her first case should be easy: locate the owner of a dog she’s found. But things are never as simple as they seem, and she’s soon ankles deep in criminals, FTAs, and cheating spouses – her ex-husband included. And that’s on top of a new roommate, who may or may not be a hacker, and a family that likes to meddle with her life.
A weaker woman would give up, but Brooklyn waitresses are made of sterner stuff. A good thing too, because Tracy will need every ounce of her strength and ingenuity to pull herself out of the mess she finds herself in.
This is the first book in the new contemporary detective series by Susanna Shore, the author of Two-Natured London paranormal romances.
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Tracy Hayes is a Brooklyn waitress extraordinaire who, after losing yet another waitressing job, becomes an apprentice to a private detective. Her cases should be easy and safe, but something always goes wrong and Tracy ends up deeper than she bargained for. It doesn't help that her family has a tendency to meddle with her life and that her new roommate may or may not be a hacker. Add to that an ex-husband who returns to her life - as more successful than her - a goon to a drug lord who's taken an interest in her, and her new, enigmatic boss she can't quite figure out, and Tracy's got her hands full.
Read Tracy Hayes series for fast-paced and funny detective stories.