The Badge Bunny Booze Mystery Collection

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If You See Kay Run

Bobbi Jax, AKA BJ, reaches out to flick the cheek on the chick hiding in the bushes. Plastic. But oh so real looking. And creepy enough to interrupt her romp in nature with hot cop, Peter Harris. Creepy enough that BJ and her best friend, Kay decide to retrieve the discarded mannequin from the park that night, tie it to the roof of their car, and drive it back to the bar she manages. Creepy enough that it lights up social media like a beacon calling in the crazies. Who knew curiosity could put her in so much danger?

 

Quinn and Glasneck, high on the beer fumes from a signing party at a local brewery, decided to take a step away from their usual writing styles to put together a new adult (okay, anyone who wants a laugh) mystery in the style of Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum novels – that is if Stephanie had a younger southern cousin, who ran a bar, and had a thing for police uniforms.

Bobbi Jax, AKA BJ is a magnet for trouble. But this time it looks like things are turning themselves around. BJ hits the lottery when her dog, Twinkles, suddenly starts pooping glitter and jewels. It’s almost like BJ has her very own golden goose. Yup, life is turning from bar rags to riches.

Sorta.

 

If only BJ could ignore the odd set of characters that pranced into her life. A psychedelic-clothes wearing veteran named Marley, a too-many clothes wearing homeless woman named Duckie, a black-suited funeral director named Lurch (not really, but it seems to fit), and an old high school pal-in-need named Felicia, who wears rainboots to the bar.And if that weren’t enough? Throw in some unicorns and Death Eaters. Why not?Did I mention that Marley likes to light up?

 

No good deed goes unpunished in this romp through the St. Clemmons’ Cemetery. Word to the wise, if you see Kay, hide!

 

Quinn and Glasneck, still high on the beer fumes from a signing party at a local brewery, decided to take a second step away from their usual writing styles to put together a new mystery (for anyone who wants a laugh) in the style of Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum novels – that is if Stephanie had a younger southern cousin, who ran a bar, and had a thing for police uniforms.


 

What's an elf to do?

Ladies, ready for another giggle-snort filled mystery?

Darn that Nicky Stromboli! He’s the reason BJ has to get a job moonlighting as a winter elf. She swears that the glitter-tights that come with her costume were designed by the devil himself as a torture device. 

Lucky for BJ, she's crowned the new Queen Wintergreen. Whoop! More money and no tights. But wearing a wedding dress infected with death-cooties might be more than she signed up for. 

Join BJ, Kay, and Twinkles at Jamesburg’s very own Winter Wonderland, where anything can happen, even murder. 

Quinn and Glasneck, high on the beer fumes from a signing party at a local brewery, decided to take a step away from their usual writing styles to put together a new mystery (for anyone who wants a laugh) in the style of Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum novels – that is if Stephanie had a younger southern cousin, who ran a bar, and had a thing for police uniforms.

The snarky, inappropriate and irreverent duo is back and this time with clowns on the loose!

BJ’s life is a three-ring circus. She’s juggling her jobs, her friends, and man-troubles, and then things get complicated.

Out on a morning walk with her dog, Twinkles, BJ stumbles over a dead body. Not quite what she expected before her first cup of coffee – or ever.

Then there’s the bullet dodging when not one, but two hot cops take their shot at a relationship with her, when they’re supposed to be investigating the crimes.

And if that weren’t enough balls to juggle, there are the clown attacks! ACK! This is no laughing matter!

Quinn and Glasneck, high on the beer fumes from a signing party at a local brewery, decided to take a step away from their usual writing styles to put together a new mystery (for anyone who wants a light read and a laugh) in the style of Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum novels – that is if Stephanie had a younger southern cousin, who ran a bar, and had a thing for sexy police uniforms.

Snarky, inappropriate and irreverent!

BJ and Kay are heading to Texas. One of their besties’ is having an emergency wedding.

It’s enough to have to worry about the bar while BJ’s away but getting to Texas brings its own problems—small spaces with strange passengers, angry flight attendants, and an unauthorized pygmy goat. 

But it’s the mega-hot Texan in first-class giving BJ the tingles that causes her the most concern – ruh-roh! 

The celebration is only getting started when things take a turn for the worse. Conner, Kay’s brother, is charged with murder. 

Can BJ and Kay come to his rescue in time? 

Join BJ, Kay, and Twinkles as they meet a limber and feisty granny, dance with drag queens, dress in horrible bridesmaids’ dresses, and discover a dead body (or two). 

Quinn and Glasneck, high on the beer fumes from a signing party at a local brewery, decided to take a step away from their usual writing styles to put together a new mystery (for anyone who wants a laugh) in the style of Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum novels – that is if Stephanie had a younger southern cousin, who ran a bar, and had a thing for police uniforms.

BJ is thrown for a loop when her daily routine is interrupted by Hooch, himself. He’s signed the bar up to participate in the annual Celtic Festival. Sure, it’s for a great cause. BJ and her crew are happy to help the Fallen Officer’s Family fund, but a little forewarning would have been nice.

I mean, what’s not to love about the Highland games?

All those brawny men in their kilts out there throwing wood around. The Beavers from Polly’s Cove, the Golden Cocks from Bumpass, and the mafia?

Something isn’t quite right.

A wise-guy insurance salesman puts BJ on edge when he insists that she’ll be safer once she buys his brand of insurance. Is the mafia moving to town?

Ruh-roh!

Trouble is just a hatchet’s throw away, and it seems to have BJ’s name on it. Wow, someone’s about to get whacked.

Quinn and Glasneck, high on the beer fumes from a signing party at a local brewery, decided to take a step away from their usual writing styles to put together a new mystery in the style of Stephanie Plum novels – that is if Stephanie had a younger southern cousin, who ran a bar, and had a thing for sexy police uniforms.

Tongue-tied?

The snarky, inappropriate and irreverent duo is back. This time somebody is getting licked, and not in a fun way.

BJ and Kay have caught the scent of a new mystery. 

Things are getting rough in Jamesburg. Free Spirit, Luna is searching for her Alpha, and BJ and Kay’s childhood friend, Officer Tadger, is taking the bait. He’s after a howling good time. 

But it smells like danger to BJ.

After BJ stumbles over a dead body, she and her pack can find neither hide nor hair of the killer.

Things are getting shifty in this hilarious romp filled with paranormal satire. We Alpha bet you’ll love it.

Quinn and Glasneck, two USA Today bestselling authors, high on the beer fumes from a signing party at a local brewery, decided to take a step away from their usual writing styles. They put together a new mystery in the style of Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum novels - that is if Stephanie had a younger southern cousin, who ran a bar, and had a thing for sexy police uniforms.

This is the seventh book in the Badge Bunny Booze Mystery series, but each book is a stand-alone in this series and does not have to be read in order.