Unwanted Company

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HarperCollins, 2000 - Fiction - 286 pages
2 Reviews
Former Addict and prison parolee-turned-limo driver/car mechanic, Miranda "Munch" Mancini helps out an old friend newly released from jail. But when the friend gets mixed up in a gruesome murder and disappears, Munch's freedom and her family are suddenly in serious jeopardy.

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Review: Unwanted Company (Munch Mancini #3)

User Review  - Lauren - Goodreads

Totally enjoyable and I'd look for more in the series (this was the earliest one my library had), but I'm not as intrigued as I was by the protagonist in the series ended by the author's death. :( Oh ... Read full review

Review: Unwanted Company (Munch Mancini #3)

User Review  - Kirsty Darbyshire - Goodreads

[Comments taken from a mailing list discussion. They are out of contaxt and contain spoilers.] [on the characters] I think the characters were pretty consistent. I thought the time lapse worked well ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
7
Section 3
19
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Barbara Seranella grew up in Pacific Palisades, California. After a restless childhood that included running away from home at the age of fourteen, joining a hippie commune in the Haight, and riding with outlaw motorcycle clubs, she decided to settle down and do something normal---she became an auto mechanic, and that was the occupation she chose for her heroine when she switched from fixing cars to writing about them.
"""Deadman's Switch" was to be the first of a planned new series, but sadly, after a long and brave fight against liver disease, Seranella died in January 2007, at the age of fifty. She was a talented woman of unbelievable bravery with an unbeatable sense of humor, and everyone who knew her, whether in person or through her books, will join us in mourning her.

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