All Hailey Hart wants is a fresh start in a new town where no one knows she doesn’t have a clue what to do with her life or a dollar to her name. What she gets is a dead body on her first day of work at the candy shop.
Now, everyone wants to talk to Hailey and find out if she killed the biggest player in Rockland. Who knew working with a temp agency could be so traumatic? The only good part is her new boss happens to be both attractive and interested in clearing Hailey of murder.
Can she find the real killer and earn a paycheck before her rent is due?
The last thing Hailey Hart expected on her first day working at the toy shop was to find a dead body inside a giant stuffed bear. What are the odds that her second job placement through the temp agency would wind up putting her in the middle of another murder investigation?
The suspects are piling up in this case. At least this time, Hailey isn’t on the top of Detective Bilson’s list. But can she ignore her fascination with true crimes and not dig into this investigation?
Not likely. Especially since the previous murder she helped solve earned her some fame as the town’s amateur sleuth. But looking into a murder is dangerous, and if Hailey doesn’t want to become the next victim, she’s going to have to watch her back.
Hailey Hart would love to find a job that doesn’t include solving a homicide, but on her first day at the Belle Boutique, co-owner Simone Vincent—one of Hailey’s new bosses—winds up dead.
Hailey is hard-pressed to find anyone in town who actually liked Simone. She was a cutthroat business woman who would do anything to make a name for her boutique. Even her own brother openly despised her.
How will Hailey figure out who actually killed Simone when it seems like everyone who met her had motive?
Waitressing is one of the last jobs Hailey Hart wants, but when her temp agency places her at the local pizzeria, having to serve food and not being able to wash the smell of garlic out of her hair is the least of Hailey’s worries. Her new boss winds up dead, supposedly from food poisoning.
But the cook is adamant that there was nothing wrong with the food, and Hailey is inclined to believe him. Not many people liked Dante Peretti, including his ex-wife, current wife, or his employees. Hailey suspects this wasn’t an accident. It was murder.
The question is who poisoned Peretti’s pizza? And is he the only victim on the killer’s list?