Alibis Can Be Murder
Charlie Parker Mysteries, Book 17
June 5, 2017
Cheating spouses, a pawned Super Bowl ring, a hundred-thousand-dollar scam. That's only one of Charlie Parker's new cases this spring. The second has Charlie and her sidekick dog tracking teenage twin girls who practically live on social media. One case turns into a comedy of errors, while the other has dark and potentially deadly implications, and Charlie is right in the middle.
The weather turns to spring, and Charlie faces a pair of puzzles. Against Charlie’s better judgment Ron, her PI partner, takes a cheating-spouse case that turns into a comedy of errors involving a star football player and his wife’s petty vengeance. Meanwhile, Charlie’s neighbor Elsa has a bad feeling about a family up the street. Is it a case of the neighborhood busybody having too much time on her hands, or is there truly something sinister happening with twin teen girls who’ve been left with too much money and not enough supervision? Charlie finds herself remembering what her own teen years were like as she tries to decipher what the twins are up to.
Praise for the Charlie Parker series:
“Charlie is just what readers want.” –Booklist
“Connie Shelton gets better with every book she writes.”--The Midwest Book Review