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DAFFODILS are back and so are dead bodies, taser guns, mob bosses and
Amidst hurricanes and
force winds, Ruthie, Leigh, and Penny Sue fight hot flashes, hot metal,
cold stiffs, friendly spirits, and gun toting senior citizens. Ruthie
consults her spirit guides, Penny Sue uses her anti-terrorist training,
and Leigh tries good old common sense to stay one step ahead of the
local law, hired guns, and Mother Nature.
“Wow, is this a Glock
Penny Sue asked Guthrie.
compact model. There’s a smaller
one, but I thought it looked wussy. Man, if you’re going to carry a
gun, you want something that makes a statement.”
smirked at me. “My sentiments,
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charming tale will
win the author many new fans."
IS THE PITS is a
delightfully funny crime caper that will have readers laughing out loud
as the protagonists cope with three hurricanes, two different crime
groups, and a reunion of friends where everyone is on edge at one point
or another. Mary Clay treats the situations very seriously but she
injects humor in the way the characters cope with death threats, life
threatening storms and a gang war. In tense situations, humor is used
to relieve stress, which allows readers to find the storyline totally
believable. The friendship of the forty-something women is the glue
that holds the story together. This delightfully, charming tale will
win the author many new fans.
Harriet Klausner, The
Readers Guild, Amazon #1 Reviewer
have the readers rolling in the aisles. A triumph!"
Glodowski - Senior Reviewer, MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
Mary Clay has done it
again! She has produced a hilarious
pre-menopausal combination of divorced women who band together in thick
and thin. The combination of Leigh's level-headedness, Penny Sue's
sashays and wine guzzling, with Ruthie's forays into the New Age spirit
world is enough to brighten any reader's day. The women splash money
and daffodil symbols around to raise funds for hurricane relief and
climb into race cars to gain national attention, all the while
protecting themselves from Russian and Italian mafia. Clay's own
particular brand of the psychology of human nature reflected in the
DAFFODILS will have the readers rolling in the aisles. A triumph!"
"The best so far of the DAFFODILS books."
Borne - FRONT STREET REVIEWS
author has really fleshed out her
characters, and by the third book they are as familiar as old friends.
Leigh's levelheadedness, Penny Sue's
flirtatious nature and Ruthie's New Age slightly flaky spirituality
the ideal team. The character
interactions, the gentle teasing and feminine in-jokes add to their
invite the reader to imagine themselves as part of the sisterhood.