Raining Men and Corpses

Raining Men and Corpses
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Series: Raina Sun Mystery, Book 1
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Tag: Recommended Books
Publication Year: 2014
Length: Novel
ASIN: B00J7Y5W9Y
Graduate student Raina Sun is on a quest to collect an outstanding loan from her college advisor. When she stumbles on his dead body, she becomes the prime suspect. And the only man she ever loved reappears as the lead detective and wants to reignite their passion (or at least he's sending out smoke signals). She must summon her sleuthing skills to find this cunning killer before she becomes the next victim. There's no place for an amateur when it comes to murder...
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Readers Reviews:

“If you like the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich then you will like this book.” ~ Donna Flynn

“Very different from most mystery books but I enjoyed this book very much! Love the characters…will absolutely read more by Anne R. Tan.!!” ~ Jacqueline W.

“I just couldn’t stop laughing at the characters and storyline with all the secrets to unravel.” ~ Ivette Meyer

From inside the book:

Eden waved a fry in front of Raina’s face. “I need a sidekick. Your practical side and my instinct could blow this story wide open. The promotion would be mine if I get an exclusive on this.”

“I’m nobody’s sidekick.”

“Well, someone has to be the sidekick. I can’t be the sidekick. Look at me.” Eden flipped her hair over her shoulders and straightened in her chair. “You’re physically smaller. The sidekicks are always peanuts.”

“That’s because they are usually younger, Obi Wan.”

“What?”

“Never mind. I don’t want to be involved.”

“But you’re already involved. The bitter break-up, the fake pregnancy, the money, and the text messages.” Eden ticked the points off on her fingers. “They always suspect the ex-lover. It’s only a matter of time before you become a suspect.”

A piece of lettuce stuck to Raina’s throat. She gulped some coffee, but her voice still came out in a squeak. “That’s crazy talk. No one would be interested in me.”

Eden raised an eyebrow. “Do I need to go through the list again?”

Raina slumped in her chair. How did she get herself into this mess? She was a good person; she loaned money to friends. And now she was a murder suspect.

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