Day Five . . . Final Day

He-he.  No rhyme in the title today, just fact.  It’s Linda today; Rey’s getting “into character” for another community theater audition—that of a cornstalk.  Don’t ask.

It’s Day Five, the last day, to get Coco’s Nuts for a mere 99 cents.

As still “aspiring” private investigators, we have to prove our client, former-socialite-Vassar-grad-turned-trucker Buddy Feuer, has been framed for two murders.  She had no motive to kill her boss, infamous entrepreneur Jimmy Picolo, and she certainly didn’t shoot her best friend, Eb Stretta.  But everything points to her; can you spell s-e-t-u-p?

Nutty Coco Peterson, a Picolo employee, has been missing since the murders went down and seems to be a major player in this challenging conundrum.  No one has seen the unlikable fellow in a short forever, so it might well be that he’s tra-la-la’ing in another realm with his boss and colleague.

As we strive to find the killer amid a sundry of potential culprits, bombs and criminal sorts give us a run for their money—and lives.  It’s a challenging if not complex case, but we give it our all . . . with fairly stellar results, if I do say so myself.

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