Senior Snoops (Agnes Barton Senior Sleuth Mystery, #3)
True to his words, Sheriff Clem Peterson sends Agnes Barton and Eleanor Mason packing to Florida via a Cessna, but things go haywire when during a fuel stop, two men shoot the pilot. Agnes springs into action slamming the door just as shots are fired while Frank Alton jumps into the cockpit... show more
True to his words, Sheriff Clem Peterson sends Agnes Barton and Eleanor Mason packing to Florida via a Cessna, but things go haywire when during a fuel stop, two men shoot the pilot. Agnes springs into action slamming the door just as shots are fired while Frank Alton jumps into the cockpit flying them out of there.
When they land in Florida, they’re asked tough questions by Putner and Palmer from Homeland Security. They keep asking if they found a packet on board the plane, a packet that Agnes has tucked in her purse, but they never mention what’s in the packet. She decides to hold onto it; after all it contains twenty-five thousand in cash.
Sheriff Calvin Peterson, Sheriff Clem Peterson’s brother, picks them up from the airport in Florida, but tells them the bad news. His brother Clem made arrangements for them to stay at Sunny Brooke Retirement Village and work as the hired help to pay for their room and board. They go unwillingly, but discover in town that two maids have disappeared at Sunny Brooke.
It’s a race against the clock; will Agnes and Eleanor solve the case of the missing maids and finally figure out what happened to their pilot before they also show up on a milk jug?
Also by Madison Johns
Armed and Outrageous (Agnes Barton mystery book one).
Grannies, Guns and Ghosts (Agnes Barton mystery book two).
Agnes Barton Senior Sleuth Mysteries Box set (Book 1 - 3).
Pretty and Pregnant (Kimberly Steele novella).
Coffin Tales Season of Death (Includes two YA horror short stories).
Publish date: June 9th 2013
Publisher: Outrageous Books
Pages no: 171
Edition language: English
Series: Agnes Barton Senior Sleuths Mystery (#3)
It runs as this series normally does. Grannies with Guns go to a retirement home and get drawn into a series of robberies and disappearances. Enjoyable enough, but the end seems rushed - almost as if there was a deadline looming. -1 star for that