Mary Clay

 

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Move Over, Steel Magnolias. Move Over, First Wives Club.
The DAFFODILS* Are Back!


*Divorced And Finally Free Of Deceitful, Insensitive, Licentious Scum


LOVE IS IN THE AIR FOR THESE SASSY DIVORCEES, 
Yet Secrets From The Past Threaten Not Only Their Happiness,
But The Future Of The United States Itself!

Leigh is building a new, single life at the beach. Ruthie's in town for a spiritual seminar. Flamboyant Penny Sue, hot on the trail of her latest soul mate, buys a Harley and follows him to Bike Week. In true DAFFODILS fashion, no sooner do the sorority sisters reunite, then all hell breaks loose. Bullets are flying, a body is found, and all the clues point to Rich, Penny Sue's new love. Unfortunately, Rich has disappeared into the hubbub of a half million bikers, beer bashes, and cole slaw wrestling.

 With the help of Frannie May, a savvy, Italian widow from the South (South Shore of Boston, Massachusetts, that is), and a motley crew of bikers, Trekkies, and Navy Seals, the DAFFODILS must find Rich and unravel the mystery to protect themselves and the entire East Coast.

Write Mary at:
mclay@thedaffodils.com



"...one of the funniest capers this reviewer has had the privilege of reading."

Mary Clay has the right touch when it comes to writing a mystery that will appeal to fans who like something funny, witty, catty, and filled with plenty of action. Penny plays Lucy to Leigh's Ethel and Ruthie is the voice of reason. The plotting is well done, all the characters (villains, odious ex males mates, and heroines) feel real and readers will find themselves reading BIKE WEEK BLUES in one sitting."

Harriet Klausner, Nationally Syndicated Book Reviewer



"... like its predecessor this book is laugh out loud funny."

Mary Clay has really pulled out all the stops on this one, like its predecessor this book is laugh out loud funny.  As silly as the plot line gets it is still within the realm of possibility, which makes it that much more endearing.  Who would have thought that the trials and tribulations of three middle-aged divorcees could be so amusing?  This reviewer is really looking forward to reading the next book in the series Murder is the Pits and sincerely hopes that the author is busy working on future titles.
Sarra Borne, Front Street Reviews