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Who knew that fighting evil corporations could be so much fun! Bailey Quinn is a gutsy young environmental lawyer. When one of her employees is murdered, she teams up with Morgan Fink to solve the case. Bailey is a cycling, recycling, activist with a shoe addiction. Morgan drives a monster SUV and makes millions managing stock portfolios. Drinking bottled water will neverWho knew that fighting evil corporations could be so much fun! Bailey Quinn is a gutsy young environmental lawyer. When one of her employees is murdered, she teams up with Morgan Fink to solve the case. Bailey is a cycling, recycling, activist with a shoe addiction. Morgan drives a monster SUV and makes millions managing stock portfolios. Drinking bottled water will never be the same....

Title : H2Glo: An Environmental Misadventure (A Bailey Quinn Bathtub Mystery)
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ISBN : 9780986651700
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 342 Pages
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H2Glo: An Environmental Misadventure (A Bailey Quinn Bathtub Mystery) Reviews

  • Sheila
    2019-05-15 06:32

    Bailey Angelique Quinn quit her job with Bull, Bowser and Tippet to start her own law practice in a tiny office with “a laptop, a BlackBerry, and a fully loaded Starbucks card.” One of her first clients is an elderly environmentalist who goes to jail declaring it will look “good on her résumé,” and soon Bailey’s inherited her benefactor’s position as Executive Director of the Fink Environmental Foundation... Bigger office; bigger problems.Set in the Pacific Northwest, and centering on the delivery of bottled water from Canada to Pasco, Washington, P.D. Abbey’s H2Glo is a fun mystery with plenty of humor, engaging characters and a touch of environmental common sense tucked in for good measure. There are hints of LA noir’s laconic tones in the protagonist’s narration. A dash of Seattle rain, plenty of modern technology and the ethics of big business vs. the environment color the rest, plus drugs, contraband, murder... The story’s told in a nice mix of first person (Bailey) and third. And Bailey’s voice is consistently pleasing as her concerns run the gamut from new shoes to pollution—to love.The character list is long, but they’re all well-drawn, and will hopefully be back in Bailey Quinn’s next adventure: Nuked.Disclosure: I read an ecopy of this book in the mystery section of the Dan Poynter Global eBook Awards contest, where it made the winning circle for mystery/amateur sleuth.