Hey, it’s Rey . . . again. Boo-hoo! I forgot to post yesterday and today re Coco’s Nuts! It’s avail for 99 cents too! Double boo-hoo.
So, let me give you a quick rundown (so everyone will stop yammering at me):
Coco’s Nuts, the third mystery in the Triple Threat Investigation Agency series, finds us three rookie private eyes—that’s JJ, Linda, and me—caught up in our second professional assignment: proving socialite-turned-trucker Buddy Feuer didn’t shoot her boss, infamous entrepreneur Jimmy Picolo.
No matter what the police believe and the evidence suggests, we’re convinced that Buddy has been set up. In our search for answers, we deal with a slew of suspects.
A lot of people hated Picolo enough to kill him but locating the one who pulled the trigger proves challenging. Our detecting travels lead us along a few detours, like the world of gambling and “limb-breakers”. Picolo’s daughter, Annia, owes thousands of dollars to “collectors” in Vegas and Oahu. Could this have served as a motive to kill her father, so that she can collect a sizeable inheritance? What about Picolo’s son? Could Jimmy Junior be that eager to take over his father’s multiple businesses? What about nutty Coco Peterson, a Picolo employee who has been MIA since the murders occurred? He certainly appears to be a central piece in this odd puzzler.
Maybe you’d like to learn how we fare . . . or leave a review (we’d love it if you did) . . . https://www.amazon.ca/Cocos-Nuts-Tyler-Colins/dp/1078374368