FALLEN ANGELS By Alice Duncan

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In this entertaining narrative we find Mercy looking for Ernie, he is late. She goes to his client’s house and find the client dead and tied up and drug upstairs. She unties Ernie, than calls the police. Mercy is dismayed to realize that Ernie is the main suspect in the murder because no one but her saw him tied up. Her Mother is still a problem. There funny scenes as Mercy begins to realize what life is like for the average person. Mercy convinces Lulu to go to a religious church as she feels the murderer will be a member. Chloe and Harvey are moving to Beverley Hills and parents have bought a house in Pasadena. Mercy does not want to leave her friends and is thinking of buying a house and renting out rooms. Looking forward to Mercy next adventure.

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One Response to FALLEN ANGELS By Alice Duncan

  1. bmary8222 says:

    I haven’t read any of this series.

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