Dirty Harriet

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Goodbye mansion, hello Hog. This former Boca Babe is now a Biker Babe with a rap sheet and a license to track down bad guys and solve crimes. Go ahead. Make her day.

Harriet “Dirty Harriet” Horowitz had it all. Money. Plastic surgery. Servants. Then her husband raised his fist one time too many, and she shot and killed him. Now, she lives in the South Florida swamps, rides a Harley, and owns a private eye agency. Her best friend – the only friend who makes sense anymore – is an alligator named Lana.

Then the Contessa von Phul, a woman from Harriet’s society days, hires Harriet to investigate the death of a Mayan immigrant worker. With her assistant Lupe – an eccentric civil servant – and a .44 Magnum, Dirty Harriet hits the mean streets of Boca Raton to dig for clues. What won’t she do to uncover the truth? Her search for answers forces her to return to her old world of Boca Babes and McMansions. When she discovers scandal after scandal, will she be able to escape Boca with her life – yet again?

1 review for Dirty Harriet

  1. Julie Howard

    I enjoyed this book it is sassy and feisty just how I think a female private investigator should be. The mystery was good and did keep you guessing, although I had come to suspect the killer. There was a section of the book I really wish I hadn’t been listening to with my mother in the room, it is clean (no sex) just a medical exam to which she ask me “What are you listening to?” Other than I enjoyed it, I liked the characters and the way she talked to the crocodile, it really gave you a sense of living somewhere very different. What with Boca babes, mansions and swamps you get the feeling there is a whole other world out there. Off to start the next book.
    Harriet has just been asked to investigate her first homicide case, something very different to her normal job of busting up fraudsters. An immigrant has been killed, she had just worked here way out of the tomatoes picking fields into working as a maid in a mansion but nobody cares she is dead. Except an old friend from Harriets past, Contessa von Phil asks her to look into it. Slipping back into high heels and make up is a lot harder than you think and this might just be a job for Dirty Harriet rather than Boca babe. The immigrant women are afraid to talk, the men won’t talk and for the elite talking to Harriet is beneath them. Can Harriet find out is going on or is there more than a language barrier in the way?
    I have heard a few audio books by this narrator and have enjoyed them every time because she puts in a good performance.
    I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request from audiobooksunleashed and have voluntarily left this review.

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