by Lee Schultz
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Here’s the set-up:
In the second “Yooperwoman” book, Molly Meagher (that’s MaHAR, not Meeger, thank you!) juggles another family medical crisis, being pursued and attacked by villains who want something she has (and she has no idea what it is they’re after), having her house burned to the ground, and her evolving relationship with FBI Agent Nate Walker. From her unscheduled swim with a corpse in Lake Superior to seeing her home destroyed, Molly uses her wit and experience to help tie it all together and solve another thrilling murder mystery in the sleepy Upper Peninsula.
One Reviewer Notes
“Molly manages to find herself in another heap of trouble, keeping her wits and wit as we’ve come to love and expect of her. I enjoyed all aspects, from the relationships with friends and family, to the budding “romance” with the FBI hunk. You won’t be disappointed!” – Amazon Reviewer, 5 Stars
About The Author
Lee Schultz is the pseudonym of Gene Byrge. She has been writing on and off since age 9. Several of her short stories were published in EQMM and Hustler magazines in the 1970’s. She has worked as an equipment operator, spent 10 years as a coal miner, got her law degree at the age of 46, has raised four children, the oldest of whom passed on at the age of 26. She has five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Lee is a voracious reader and will read “anything that will hold still long enough” – but still managed to write “Frozen Assets” between knitting projects. At first she decided not to attempt to publish the novel because it took too much time away from reading – until Kindle, epublishing and on demand publishing. Figured “why not?” Two subsequent Yooperwoman novels are in the works. The knitting is feeling all but abandoned these days.
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