“I’m crazy about Laura Levine’s mystery series. Her books are so outrageously funny.”
Freelance writer Jaine Austen thought working for a knock-off reality show in the tropics would be paradise. But when she and her kitty Prozac find themselves trapped between a dimwitted leading man, catty contestants, and a cold-blooded murderer, the splashy gig becomes one deadly nightmare . . .
Jaine’s life has been a royal pain since she started penning dialogue for Some Day My Prince Will Come—a cheesy dating show that features bachelorettes competing for the heart of Spencer Dalworth VII, a very distant heir to the British throne. As if fending off golf ball-sized bugs on a sweltering island wasn’t tough enough, Jaine must test her patience against an irritable production crew and fierce contestants who will do anything to get their prince . . .
But Jaine never expected murder to enter the script. When one of the finalists dies in a freak accident, it’s clear someone wanted the woman out of the race for good—and the police won’t allow a soul off the island until they seize the culprit. Terrified of existing another day without air conditioning and eager to return home, Jaine is throwing herself into the investigation. And she better pounce on clues quickly—or there won’t be any survivors left . . .
Outstanding Praise For Laura Levine’s
Jaine Austen Mysteries
Murder Has Nine Lives
“Enjoyable . . . This outing will keep cozy readers amused and wondering what absurdity will happen next.”
“Jaine’s flair for the well-turned phrase puts her in the top tier of do-it-yourself detectives.”
“Jaine pursues justice and sanity in her usual hilarious yet smart way, with Levine infusing wit into her heroine’s every thought. A thoroughly fun read that will interest Evanovich fans.”
“Another expertly conceived whodunit.”
“Jaine is absolutely hysterical . . . this author continues to write the best cozies.”
Death Of A Neighborhood Witch
“Levine’s latest finds her at her witty and wacky best.”
This Pen For Hire
“Laura Levine’s hilarious debut mystery, This Pen for Hire, is a laugh a page (or two or three) as well as a crafty puzzle. Sleuth Jaine Austen’s amused take on life, love, sex and L.A. will delight readers. Sheer fun!”—Carolyn Hart