Andi (short for Andalusia) McConnell teams up with Fitz (Keegan Fitzpatrick who is a co-owner of a charter boat service but was once an actor who played a TV private investigator) to solve a murder mystery that Andi finds herself the prime suspect. Joella P. Picault (Andi’s renter and good friend) comes along for moral support.
Andi has just turned sixty, is single, just lost her job, and finds herself the surprising inheritor of a luxurious limousine or limouzeen as her late Uncle Ned called it. Could she make a living hiring her newly inherited limousine out for special occasions? Just as importantly, can she and Fitz clear her of murder?
I liked the way Lorena developed the characters within the story. How she shows Andi drawn to Joella’s faith in God and the progression Andi goes through as circumstances become more than she can handle on her own. I like the positive effect Joella has on everyone around her except maybe the nosy neighbor with binoculars, Tom Bolton.
One of the things I like about Lorena McCourtney’s books, including this one, is also one of the things I don’t like about them as well. Each time I get started on one of her books, I don’t want to stop reading until I’ve finished even if that means staying up until 5:30 am to do so.
If you enjoy mysteries, check this book out.