FINDING MIRANDA by Iris Chacon

  • File Size:?1327 KB
  • Print Length:?183 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN:?1792098391
  • Simultaneous Device Usage:?Unlimited
  • Publisher:?Delia L. Stewart (December 19, 2018)
  • Publication Date:?December 19, 2018
  • Sold by:?Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language:?English

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Description

Nobody “sees” Miranda Ogilvy except the hunky blind deejay next door and the men hired to kill them both.

Murder, political corruption, quirky small-town neighbors, and Dave the Wonder Dog work together to make this small-town Florida mystery fun, romantic, and satisfying.

Miranda Ogilvy is accustomed to being invisible. Sometimes people actually see her, but they forget her almost immediately. It?s not a bad life for a ghost, but Miranda is not a ghost. She?s a librarian.

When her aunt dies suddenly and leaves Miranda a century-old cottage forty miles beyond the middle of nowhere, Miranda makes the life-changing move from Miami to Minokee.

Moving doesn?t solve the problem, however; people still don?t notice Miranda. The only two people who seem all too aware of her are a handsome neighbor (way out of her league) and the man who murdered her aunt (too late to move back to Miami?).

Shepard?s radio show, ?Sheep Counters with Shep and Dave,? caters to insomniacs whose paranoia and conspiracy theories are keeping them awake. People enjoy venting their rage on the air, and Shepard?s audience enjoys, in about equal numbers, either agreeing with or ridiculing his callers.

Shep has a conspiracy theory of his own. He believes his uncle, the governor of the state of Florida, is corrupt in a big way, and may even be behind the murder of Shepard?s former neighbor, Phyllis Ogilvy.

Now that Miranda has moved into Minokee, however, Shep and Dave are determined to protect their new neighbor from the bad guys.

Miranda and Shep don?t know that soon, on a steamy Florida night, the city girl and the blind deejay will be running for their lives in the inky darkness of Little Cypress National Forest.

Winner of multiple awards, including 2018 Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards (Audiobook Fiction); 2017 Library Journal Indie Ebook Awards (number one Mystery); 2016 international Wishing Shelf Awards.