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Skeletons in the Closet by Jennifer L. Hart

05/08/2021

Murder, mayhem, meet your match!



Maggie Phillips hasn’t had it easy. As the wife of retired Navy SEAL, and the adoptive mother of two little hellions, Maggie is constantly looking for ways to improve her family’s financial situation. She accepts a cleaning position for her new neighbors (who redefine the term ‘eccentric’), never imagining she will end up as the sole alibi for a man with a fascination for medieval torture devices when he is brought up on murder charges.



While Maggie struggles to prove the man’s innocence, her deadbeat brother arrives, determined to sell Maggie and Neil on his next great scheme and to mooch with a vengeance. If that isn’t bad enough, her in-laws, (the cut-throat corporate attorneys) descend on the house, armed with disapproval and condemnation, for the family’s annual Thanksgiving celebration.



As the police investigation intensifies, Maggie searches for the killer among the upper echelon of Hudson, Massachusetts in the only way she can— by scrubbing their thrones.



Of the porcelain variety, that is…



Skeletons in the Closet is the first entry in the Misadventures of the Laundry Hag series. If you like relatable characters, family hijinks, and laugh-out-loud humor, then you’ll love Jennifer L. Hart’s endearing tale.

Put off the housework and start reading Skeletons in the Closet right now!

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