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Bosom Bodies - Mina's Adventure #2

Maria Grazia Swan

Publisher: maria grazia swan

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Summary

Italian-born Mina Calvi has a way of finding trouble, but when she offers to help a friend by moonlighting at Bosom Bodies restaurant, it's trouble that finds her. The body of the restaurant manager is discovered on the beach, a hit and run victim, and Mina's VW Bug is impounded as the vehicle used in the crime. Stunned beyond belief, Mina is suddenly up to her ears in assault, betrayal, smuggling and murder. Now the police are watching her. The mob is targeting her. And who comes riding to her rescue on a metal steed—none other than the cook at Bosom Bodies, the mysterious Diego. Is he more than a bad cook and a good lover? Is he protecting her, or setting her up? Scared, clueless and on her own, Mina struggles to reclaim her life and stay two steps ahead of those stalking her, but it's a treacherous path and she's losing ground fast.

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