Losing Your Head - Clare Kauter

Losing Your Head

By Clare Kauter

  • Release Date: 2015-02-12
  • Genre: Women Sleuths
Losing Your Head book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 100 Ratings)

Losing Your Head Clare Kauter Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

She’ll clear his name of murder – if she doesn’t kill him first.

Checkout-chick turned amateur sleuth Charlie Davies at your service.

My nemesis has been accused of offing his billionaire uncle for an inheritance, and as much as I’d love to see James McKenzie rot in prison, there are two problems.

One: He definitely didn’t do it. (Probably.)

Two: In exchange for proving his innocence, he’ll pay up big.

And I simply can’t resist his… cash.

I have to find the killer somehow, because the reward money isn’t the only thing on the line. If I don’t catch the murderer before they catch me –

I might just lose my head.

Caution: Contains swearing, occasional inappropriate jokes and men with seriously hot surfaces. You have been warned.

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User reviews about this book

  • Losing your head

    2
    By cdly8
    Don’t waste your time. Move on.
  • Good Read

    5
    By Trivia Nut Too
    This book was hard to put down and had moments that made me laugh out loud which is a feat. I haven’t laughed like this since I read the Calamity Jayne series. I will definitely be purchasing the next book and the rest of this series provided it continues to be as funny and entertaining as this one.
  • Losing My Head

    5
    By slyone21
    LOL! The clumsy protagonist in this story was quite comedic and the book was so well written that I clearly visualized every scene. I giggled.. Sometimes outright laughing.. throughout the book!

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