Review: Invisible by Lorena McCourtney

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null Although Ivy Malone is no young pup, (She qaulifies for the usual senior citizen’s discount) she is full of spunk and determination and her “mutant curiosity gene” tends to take over more often than not. She comes to think of herself as “invisible” to most people and she uses it to her advantage. When she continues to find the Country Peace Cemetary vandalized she takes matters into her own hands and launches her own private investigation into the matter. Hiding in a dark cemetary, she tries to get evidence on the culprit(s). Meanwhile, another more serious crime is commited which brings on a whole new investigation for Ivy. While her curiosity gene takes over, a new budding friendship emerges with Detective “Dix” the lead investigator on the case. Can Ivy help solve the crime and will her safety be in jeopardy?

This book is definitely worth reading. Hilariously funny !I laughed out loud! Lorena McCourtney has a winner in Ivy Malone. Her spunk and determination will keep you coming back for more!

Buy Invisible At:
Amazon or Barnes & Noble

My Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars



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