Right on Time by Pauline McLynn

Right on Time

Pauline McLynn

This lighthearted romp through her latest case with private investigator Leo Street is an enjoyable read filled with wonderfully funny characters and their witty observations on life. If you want to relax and be entertained this could be the book for you.

I have never been the most graceful of creatures. I trip over loose match sticks, invisible bumps, cross words. I am especially prone to arse-over-heel activity when under family pressure. It was therefore inevitable that I would get up from the table, bang my thigh hard against it, recoil into the kitchen chair I had just vacated and keel over onto the floor. I was wearing a floral print skirt which reached to mid-shin when left to its job, but now shrouded my waist revealing plenty of knickered buttock. I was also on all fours, which was not an elegant pose.
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