The third mystery in the Triple Threat Investigation Agency series, Coco’s Nuts, is still avail for 99 cents.
Featuring three thirty-something female private eyes—JJ, Rey, and Linda—this revolves around their second official case. The trio has to clear their new client of murder. They’re convinced that socialite-turned-trucker Buddy Feuer didn’t shoot infamous entrepreneur Jimmy Picolo (also her boss) any more than she did Eb, her best friend.
Many people hated Picolo enough to kill him but discovering the person who pulled the trigger is tricky. There’s a number of possible culprits—including, but not limited to, Picolo’s daughter who owes Vegas folks a lot of money, his son who may be more than eager to take over Daddy’s businesses, and an MIA nutbar named Coco Peterson.
The threesome’s investigation takes them into the world of gambling and the debt collectors that hover in the shadows. And their inquiries annoy a few folks, but hopefully not enough that they end up joining the mounting number of “casualties”.
The gals, by the by, are still enmeshed in wrapping up their fifth case (it’s proving most challenging). Ha-ha-ha-ha . . . .