One of the quirkest and funniest mysteries I've read this week is author Wendy Dager's "I Murdered The PTA: A Daphne Lee-Lee Misadventure," and I'm pleased to share it with you today!
ABOUT THE BOOK:
A social misfit who prefers vintage bowling shirts and boots to über-housewife sweatpants and sneakers, 32-year-old Chinese-American Daphne Lee-Lee recently lost her beloved big white guy contractor husband, Jack Lee-hence her hyphenated, redundant name-to a case of bad shellfish.
The mystery of the story is lively and intriguing, and the scrapes that Daphne finds herself in are breath-taking, and guaranteed to keep readers on the edge of their seats to the very exciting conclusion.
I love the bright, smart and fiesty feel of this story. Wendy Dager has created a character that many will find endearing and charming, and I personally would love to see more of "Daphne's Misadventures"!
P.S. I served on my kid's school's PTA boards, and I wasn't a "Cupcake" at all! At least I don't think I was!!! :)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Wendy’s love of generating controversy—and making people stop and think—combined with her penchant for wearing vintage clothes and jewelry, garnered her the USA Network title of one of America’s Most Unique Characters. She’s more comfortable in a vintage skirt and Dr. Martens boots than in a suit and heels, but she’ll adapt for formal occasions. Just don’t ask to see her flaming typewriter tattoo—she might show it to you.
For more information on Wendy and her writing, visit her website at http://www.wendydager.com/
My thanks to the author for providing a review copy of her book. I was not compensated for my opinion.