Read Bad Housekeeping (An Agnes and Effie Mystery #1) Online Free - When 28-year-old Agnes Blythe, the contented bifocals-wearing half of an academic power couple, is jilted by her professor boyfriend for the town Pilates instructor, her future is suddenly less than certain. So when her glamorous, eccentric Great Aunt Effie arrives in town and offers a job helping to salvage the condemned Stagecoach Inn, what does Agnes have to lose? But work at the inn has barely begun when the unlikely duo find the body of manipulative Kathleen Todd, with whom Agnes and Effie both have recently had words. Words strong enough to land them at the top of the suspect list.
The pair have clearly been framed, but no one else seems interested in finding the real murderer and Agnes and Effie's sleuthing expertise is not exactly slick. Nevertheless, they're soon investigating a suspect list with laundry dirtier than a middle school soccer team's and navigating threats, car chases, shotgun blasts, and awkward strolls down memory lane.
In Bad Housekeeping, the first novel in the Agnes & Effie cozy mystery series by Maia Chance, danger mounts, deadlines loom, ancient knob-and-tube wiring is explored, and the ladies learn a thing or two about the awful, wonderful mistake that is going back home.
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April 05, 2017
Agnes Blythe is at a all time low in her life. After supporting her professor boyfriend for years in his career he sudden dumps her for the local Pilates instructor, kicks her out of the house and is going to judge her academic paper when she returns to school. To top it off, Agnes' Great Aunt...
June 11, 2017
BAD HOUSEKEEPING was an enjoyable read. I'm looking forward to the next title in this series to see how author Mia Chance fleshes out and grows her characters. Truly a good start to a new series.
This was a rushed but heart felt review. I did like the book, and the writing of Mia Chance.
June 07, 2017
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April 14, 2017
Copy received from Netgalley for an honest review.
Bad Housekeeping is the first book in Maia Chance's new series of "Agnes and Effie" mysteries.
This book is about a 28 year old girl named Agnes. Her fiance, Roger, just dumped her for a blonde Pilates instructor, forcing Agnes to move back in with...
January 05, 2018
Nancy Drew and the Bobbsey twins had more maturity than Agnes and Effie combined. And they were certainly better sleuths!
June 01, 2017
There is an old saying: You can never go home again. Perhaps, a more true statement might be that you SHOULDN'T go home again. 28-year old Agnes Blythe has returned to her hometown, only to have her life implode. She can't escape the ghosts of her high school self, her professor boyfriend breaks...
June 13, 2017
First in the series, “Agnes and Effie Mystery” was a fun read! Witty, humorous, fast paced, warm and cozy read.
Agnes Blythe a 28 year old who craved finishing grad school, but things don’t always go our way. After being dumped by her fiancé; for another woman, Agnes felt like a doormat; which I’m...
February 10, 2017
Bad Housekeeping is the debut of the An Agnes and Effie Mystery series featuring Agnes Blythe, recently dumped by her boyfriend, jobless and now having to move back into her family home in Naneda, New York. With the whole town talking about how she was dumped for the Pilates instructor by boyfrie...
May 19, 2017
Oh my! This was so enjoyable! Agnes has to move back in with her dad because her boyfriend dumps her. Agnes' great aunt Effie is in town to rehab an old inn in town and offers Agnes a job helping. Agnes only wants to escape but can't when they both stumble over a dead body and both become suspect...
June 20, 2017
You know it's a good book when 41 pages into it you are already writing the review in your head. Bad Housekeeping takes no time if sucking you in. From the moment you open the book, you are best friends with Agnes and totally in love with great-aunt Effie.
Maia Chance writes in such a way that as...