Swimming Cat Cove: The 2nd Allison O'Neil Mystery

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Naiad Press, 1997 - Fiction - 180 pages
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"In the peaceful Oregon town of Lavner Bay, displaced Californian Allison O'Neil is busily working through a long list of things she needs to do to make her newly inherited bed and breakfast profitable. Things are going smoothly until the daughter of the B&B's live-in handy woman brings home a bedraggled nine-year-old named Minou. The child's mother in in jail for shoplifting, and the last time Minou saw her drunken father he had just lost everything he had -- including her -- in a winner-take-all card game with some L.A. pornographers. That's when Minou started running for her life. The girls beg Allison to let Minou stay for a week -- just until her mom is released from jail -- and Allison reluctantly agrees. Minou is a model house guest, but before the week is up, Allison O'Neil is going to have a couple of unexpected things on her to-do list: find the girls and stay alive!" -- Publisher's description.

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User Review  - Carol_M_in_NJ - LibraryThing

Very short, but entertaining, lesbian mystery. But you'd best be prepared to suspend disbelief more than once. Unless, of course, you believe that a woman who is a paying guest at a Bed & Breakfast ... Read full review

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