Stay at Home Dead

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Dec 27, 2011 - Fiction - 296 pages
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It's a day like any other for Deuce Winters, a stay-at-home dad in sleepy Rose Petal, Texas, where he and his three-year-old daughter Carly are making their weekly trip to the grocery store. But the discovery of a dead body in his mini-van quickly throws his quiet life into disarray. In a town where gossip spreads faster than a brush fire in July, it doesn't help that the victim ruined Deuce's high school football career and married his ex-girlfriend. . .
As the number one suspect in the court of public opinion, Deuce is determined to clear his name, with a little help from his wife Julianne, a high-powered attorney who lovingly refers to him as her "househusband." His search for the killer leads him to a business plan gone awry and a gaggle of jilted lovers. All the while, he'll have to contend with a diminutive but feisty detective, the ruthless preschool PTA, and more than his fair share of Texas-sized hairdos--not to mention the laundry. . .
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Review: Stay At Home Dead (Stay At Home Dad Mysteries #1)

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Easy to read, very average, somewhat amusing whodunit. Read full review

Review: Stay At Home Dead (Stay At Home Dad Mysteries #1)

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A really interesting cozy mystery based in a small town in Texas. The focus is on Deuce, a high-school football hero in the small town, unable to play football due to an injury, and now very happily ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

JEFF ALLEN is a columnist for Dancing USAŹ magazine and the author of four books on social and ballroom dancing. He holds Membership credentials with the North American Dance Teachers Association, Inc., and the Pan American Teachers Association. After competing in national and international competitions and winning the Gold closed level at the North American Championships, Jeff turned professional in 1984. However, he considers his greatest accomplishments to be the more than 30 Top Teacher awards he has won and being listed among the top teachers in America by DVIDA as a Regional examiner and teacher trainer.

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