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Harley Rushes In by Virginia Brown
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This is the second book that Harley has featured in , The
Blue Suede Memphis Mysteries book 2. Harley is
named after Harley Motorcycle, she also owns one too.
Harley is a tour guide in Memphis.
This book starts a few days after the first one ended. In fact
Harley is reading the paper how she helped solve the crime.
Her Aunt Darcy called and asked her to meet her at a bar.
Darcy owns a decorating design store she has found a bunch
of illegal items that she thinks was smuggled threw her store.
She wants Harley to see if her business partner Harry is the
The day Harley goes to see the next shipment that has come
in she meets Harry who was supposed to be out of town.
Harley comes back into the store after it is closed to try and
find out if more items were smuggled. Also look for records
about the items. She hears a bunch of noises and sees her
Aunts car drive out of parking lot and then she finds a
Harry murdered.
Harley Aunt is the suspect that the police think did it. So
Harley is trying to prove that she was innocent. Bobby her
friend the homicide cop tells her to stay out of it. Morgan
her boyfriend of a week a undercover cop tells her to stay
Harley doesn't and in fact finds another dead body and gets into
lots of trouble while she tries to figure out who did what.
This is a fun murder mystery if possible. Kept my attention
I will read more from Virgina in the future.
I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest review
from Netgalley.
05/01/2012 PUB Bell Bridge Books ( )
  rhonda1111 | May 19, 2012 |
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Local Tour Guide Breaks Jewelry Theft Ring and Helps Crack Murder Case, read the large headline. The leading sentence in the article said so much less than had really happened: Harley Jean Davidson, 27, tour guide for Memphis Tour Tyme, had a narrow escape from jewelry thieves Friday night that ended with an arrest on charges of grand larceny, attempted murder, and two counts of murder. Ms. Davidson was instrumental in capturing the suspect . . . In Hound Dog Blues, Harley Jean proved that a Gen X slacker can kick butt along with the rest of the crime-solving gurus. Now she's up to her handlebars in mystery again. Her Aunt Darcy, an interior designer, needs Harley's help catching a smuggler of prized artifacts. When Harley finds Aunt Darcy's suspicious business partner hanging off her shop's elk antlers, Harley can't help but wonder if Aunt Darcy murdered him. Soon Harley's already quirky life spins way off the Normal Meter again, with another corpse in the mix, an assault by cranky farm animals, a kidnapping attempt, and surprise assistance from a temperamental Siamese cat. Add hunky detective Mike Morgan to the trouble, plus the usual collection of Elvis impersonators, psychics, and unpredictable relatives. The city of the blues, the King and the mighty Mississippi is about to get steamy. The jailhouse will rock, someone may get caught in a trap, and Harley's in the middle of it all, taking care of business.… (more)

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