Stain-Busting Mystery Series by Sharon Short (Books 5 – 6)
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Overview: Sharon Short is the author of the novel My One Square Inch of Alaska (Penguin Plume) in which a pair of siblings escape the strictures of the 1950s industrial Ohio town on the adventure of a lifetime. Opening chapters of this novel earned Sharon an Ohio Arts Council individual artist’s grant and a Montgomery County (Ohio) Arts & Cultural District Literary Artist Fellowship. Sharon is the Literary Life columnist for the Dayton Daily News and is the Executive Director of the renowned Antioch Writers’ Workshop in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Additionally, Sharon’s book Sanity Check: A Collection of Columns includes 100 reader-favorites of her weekly humor and lifestyle column that ran in the Dayton Daily News for more than a decade. Sharon has also published two mystery series (Josie Toadfern and Patricia Delaney) as well as short stories and essays. Sharon holds a B.A. in English from Wright State University and an M.A. in English from Bowling Green State University. She makes her home in her native state of Ohio.
Genre: Fiction l Mystery/Thriller l Cozy Mysteries
5. Murder Unfolds: As her big 3-0 approaches, Josie Toadfern’s life seems more or less wrinkle-free. Since the laundromat owner, stain removal expert, and confirmed snoop’s local stain-busting column went regional, she’s become a true small-town celeb. And now she’s been asked to give a speech in honor of her deceased junior high school teacher, Mrs. Oglevee—even though Josie remembers finding herself in hot water with the dour disciplinarian on numerous occasions.
But then the late educator’s alleged long-lost daughter hands her a note claiming that Mrs. O was murdered. Suddenly more than unpleasant middle school memories keep Josie up nights, as her unauthorized investigation begins turning up some very interesting dirt. Mrs. O, apparently, was more than just a tight-lipped prude who ruled detention with an iron fist. And when an Oglevee relative ends up dead, Josie realizes she’ll have to air all of the family’s dirty laundry . . . or she’ll be spending her thirtieth birthday removing bloodstains.
6. Tie Dyed and Dead: As if running a successful laundromat and writing a perennially popular (and soon to be national!) household tips column weren’t enough to keep Josie Toadfern busy, she’s taken a gig on the side. The Mayfair Sisters, a local singing group from way back when, are reuniting for a benefit, and they need Josie to perform her stain-busting magic on their old tie-dyed costumes. But the dresses go missing, only to reappear in a fashion more deadly than retro.
Although Josie’s the prime suspect in the murder and mayhem that ensue, she’s not about to allow her squeaky-clean reputation to be soiled by some false accusations. But this time, her snooping will land her in some very hot water…
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