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Giveaway: Do No Evil - Kymberly & Ashley Goltermann


Three years ago, Phineas Nobul was at the top of her game as a defense attorney in Los Angelos. When the Lair, New York native returned home for the holidays, she was surprised to find herself willing to give it all up for love. Now brokenhearted, nearly penniless, and once again unemployed, Phineas finds herself partnering up with her sister to take a second shot at success.
Phoebe, the eldest and more responsible Nobul daughter, envies her little sister's free spirit and loathes her unreliability. this is never more the case than when Phoebe finds herself dumped on her wedding day and her little sister nowhere to be found. When Phineas resurfaces and much wine has been consumed, she presents the heinous idea of Phoebe quitting her career in publishing to team up with her as private investigators. Phoebe rejects the idea at first but then sees this as a chance to start over.
Business is barely up and running when a corpse is left in the newly established Artemis Agency. A foreboding warning soon follows. The sisters don't know whether to be terrified or intrigued. As the bodies begin piling up, Phoebe and Phineas get caught up in a case of conspiracy and scandal that once haunted small-town Lair.
Add an eccentric trigger-happy grandmother, a basset hound with an attitude, a hunky yet overprotective veterinarian, a mysterious cop known as Officer Yummy, and a very persistent killer and you've got one hell of a mystery!

Read my Review HERE


Thanks to The Goltermann Sisters, I have 3 copies up for grabs. Fill in the Rafflecopter form to enter.



Comments

  1. Thank you for the opportunity to have Do No Evil, which sounds like a fun read.

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  2. Do No Evil sounds like a great book. I love the fact that it has just about everything in it. Definitely going on my wish list. Thanks so much for the chance to win it :)

    chamblinh@gmail.com

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  3. I've been looking for another book that sounds like Stephanie Plum. this might just be it.

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  4. Hmmm... I love a good mix! If I had to rank 'em: mystery, romance, humor - preferably all together, shaken not stirred. aitmama {{at}} gmail {{tod}} com

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  5. Looks like a great book, thank you for the chance to win! I also enjoyed the review.

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  6. I love a good mystery and this sounds really good.
    Thanks for the review.

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  7. DO NO EVIL looks amazing. Love the title too.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  8. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of DO NO EVIL.

    plb1050 at gmail dot com

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  9. I choose romance.

    plb1050 at gmail dot com

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  10. Romance. A little humor is good too!

    meredithfl at gmail dot com

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  11. Memory loss, poor guy seems to have a lot of problems.

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  13. Freda, its so hard to choose between mystery and romance and humor, can I say I love a read with all three woven in? Thanks so much for this giveaway sounds like a fantastic read! kittycrochettwo at msn dot com

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