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Polished Off [Download] ✤ Polished Off ➺ Barbara Colley – Thomashillier.co.uk While cleaning a wealthy client s mansion, Charlotte LaRue, owner of Maid for a Day, finds herself knee deep in mystery when she stumbles upon an urn containing human bones, a grisly discovery that pu While cleaning a wealthy client s mansion, Charlotte LaRue, owner of Maid for a Day, finds herself knee deep in mystery when she stumbles upon an urn containing human bones, a grisly discovery that puts a damper on her nephew s wedding plans, especially since his fianc e is the prime suspect Reprint.

  • Paperback
  • Polished Off
  • Barbara Colley
  • English
  • 06 June 2018
  • 1575668785

About the Author: Barbara Colley

Barbara Colley is an award winning author whose books have been published in sixteen foreign languages A native of Louisiana, she lives with her family in a suburb of New Orleans Besides writing and sharing her stories, she loves strolling through the historical New Orleans French Quarter and Garden District, which inspired the setting for her Charlotte La Rue mystery series.



10 thoughts on “Polished Off

  1. ✨ Gramy ✨ ✨ Gramy ✨ says:

    .This woman sleuth is intelligent, resourceful, and uses her southern charm to ellicit desireable information Her exploits in investigating the mysterious bones from the urn were very entertaining.It is a clean read, stands on its own from the series, and cleans up with an HEA.It wasn t outstanding, but I really liked it This series is well worth reading I highly recommend it.

  2. Kenla Kenla says:

    I think this was probably the best book so far in the series Charlotte is beginning to figure out she can t always trust everyone So, a good read with lots of excitement and twists

  3. Kate Kate says:

    2.5 stars the characters had weak motivations and the mystery was far leads interesting than the characters

  4. Lain Lain says:

    This is the first in the Charlotte LaRue mystery series for me While I typically reach for books with younger sleuths, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that Charlotte has a lot of moxie for a gal of her age However, she can fall into the I m set in my ways, so deal with it trap coming across as a crotchety old busybody at times, even though it s clear from her work schedule that she s anything but old and decrepit I really enjoyed Barbara Colley s take on New Orleans, one of my f This is the first in the Charlotte LaRue mystery series for me While I typically reach for books with younger sleuths, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that Charlotte has a lot of moxie for a gal of her age However, she can fall into the I m set in my ways, so deal with it trap coming across as a crotchety old busybody at times, even though it s clear from her work schedule that she s anything but old and decrepit I really enjoyed Barbara Colley s take on New Orleans, one of my favorite cities in the world I would have liked the setting to play an even larger part in the story, seeing as it s such an amazing, unique place It could almost serve as another character if done right a la Anne Rice I have to admit that the plot turns left me a bit in the dust as the story made hairpin turn after hairpin turn in the last few chapters Too much happening Mystery writers need to learn that most readers pick up series mysteries for the characters, not for the plot You don t have to wow me with your ability to spin an intricate web just make me fall in love with your characters and I m yours for life While I m not dedicated enough to go back and read all the Charlotte LaRue books from the beginning, I definitely wouldn t pass up a chance to read another

  5. Lynne Tull Lynne Tull says:

    Well, just when I thought I was through with cleaning houses, the ending grabbed me I guess I ll try another one I admit that I skipped a lot of the book to get to the point Some of the actions of the heroine were stupid I have a hard time with stupid I started reading this series because I like mysteries, especially soft ones, and I am from Louisiana and was interested in the New Orleans setting So far, there has not been much setting It all takes place in the St Charles area and Well, just when I thought I was through with cleaning houses, the ending grabbed me I guess I ll try another one I admit that I skipped a lot of the book to get to the point Some of the actions of the heroine were stupid I have a hard time with stupid I started reading this series because I like mysteries, especially soft ones, and I am from Louisiana and was interested in the New Orleans setting So far, there has not been much setting It all takes place in the St Charles area and doesn t venture much past that area I am hoping the author ventures out of that area I can t say that I am liking this series, but I am definitely hooked

  6. Jill Jill says:

    This is the third of the Charlotte LaRue Mysteries and probably the last one that I ll read It s an okay story, with okay characters, but there is just too much repetition from book to book for me to be interested long term in the series From someone who will read an author s ENTIRE bibliography, that s saying a lot.

  7. Trudy Trudy says:

    Amusing southern cozy set in New Orleans, featuring amateur sleuth maid Charlotte LaRue.

  8. Michael crage Michael crage says:

    Another excellent book of the Charlotte Larue series Interesting premise, very will written, a surprise ending, but not supported by the rest of the book I very much enjoyed it.

  9. Suzan Suzan says:

    Another fun Charlotte LaRue.

  10. Marianthi Marianthi says:

    Was hard to get into

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