Shop and Let Die

Shop and Let Die

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Imagine if James Bond and Harriet the Spy had a love child... ...Molly Harbison would fit the profile, because she has a love of espionage...but on the domestic carpooling, not international jetsetting, side of the scale. Molly Harbison hates being asked a€œWhat do you do?a€ more than cleaning the ring around the bathtub or digging Cheerios and raisins out of the cara€™s back seat. Shea€™s tried on every possibility from a flip Domestic Goddess to a simple declarative Mom. She jumps at the chance to make some extra money as a secret shopper. But when shea€™s assigned to shop an online dating sitea€bthings get tricky. For one, she realizes her husband doesna€™t exactly meet her checklist of a€œmust havesa€ for the perfect man, not at all like her dating site Mr. Perfect. For another, the FBI wants her to actually keep her date with Mr. Perfect, who just may be the perfect serial killer.They were typical customer service questions, too, the kind Ia#39;d gotten good at answeringa€”Were you helped promptly? Was the ... Ia#39;d read everything twice when I realized that being married was not a hindrance to this shopa€”I only had to try to set up a profile and ask a question of customer service. ... The idea appealed for a moment, but mystery shopper ethics require not making yourself conspicuous.

Title:Shop and Let Die
Author:Kelly McClymer
Publisher:Kelly McClymer Books - 2014-06-02


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