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- Print Length: 212 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01G9S11BI
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Throw Linda from the Train (Linda & Lynda Detective Agency Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I had a feeling the story would be funny. After all Dial L for Lynda was hilarious. Have you read Dial L for Lynda? If not, why not??? You need to get on it—so funny. I was not disappointed with this story. Throw Linda from the Train was so funny I spit tea on my kindle. I laughed so hard, I got kicked out the family room.
Writing this review has been challenging. How do I give examples of greatness with out spoiling the story? The characters are amazing. The attention to detail puts you on location witnessing everything. (I am even planning a trip to Lakeview) Best of all the story is filled with contradictions that set up many comedic situations.
Addison is uber rich (she is one of the “L”s). Harley is the other “L” attending the school where they met and became friends on scholarship. The girls live and work in Portland where Addison is from. They have to go to Harley’s hometown of Lakeview (population 2000+, everyone knows everyone, most are related, the biggest thing of the year is a fair and rodeo) to investigate a string of thefts.
Addison trying to fit in---awkward!!!! Harley dealing with the family she ran from---awkward!!!! awkward equals laughs, rolling on the floor laughs, don’t have anything in your mouth shocking laughs.
Find a quiet corner, get comfortable, and get ready to giggle, snicker, laugh from beginning to end.