Trouble seems to follow Buzz Miller, and this time it finds her outside the town of White Bass Lake, Wisconsin, where the dead body of a neighbor woman turns up stashed under her mother’s house! The retired detective is reluctantly roped into finding out “who dunnit.”
In order to snag the bad guy, Buzz, along with her Biology teacher sister Mag, “The Maggot” Miller, have only to find the murderer by following the trail of a dead horse, uncovering the illegal importation of rare plants, breaking up an international drug trafficking ring, uncovering a designer drug lab, and avoid being bumped off by the bad guys.
Simple enough, right? That is, until her mom’s wacky “Geriatric S.W.A.T. Team” cronies turn the crime scene into a neighborhood barbeque and Buzz’s 160 pound Newfoundland chews up most of her initial investigation!
After a shoot out at the Not-So-OK-Corral, Buzz has to explain to Sheriff Green why his only solid suspect was now pushing up daisies while lying dead in the petunias!
Meet the Author:
Gale Borger is the author of the hilarious Miller Sisters Mystery Series. Gale brings to life, the small town of White Bass Lake, Wisconsin and its wacky inhabitants in “Totally Buzzed,” a madcap romp through murder and mayhem. Second in the series, “Totally Fishy” is an uproariously funny tale complete with a pole dancing granny and two bumbling hit men who can’t seem to bump off the right guy. Number three, “Totally Evil,” uncovers a crime better left at the bottom of Geneva Lake one moment, and will have you chuckling out loud as Snoodle the Poodle performs an encore no one will ever forget!
Gale’s first Miller Sisters eBook short, “Totally Decked,” was out in time for Christmas, 2010, and the second, “Totally Sleighed,” came out in the summer of 2013. Gale’s books are published by Echelon Press, LLC.
Gale also writes for reluctant reader teens. Her six-short story ebook series, “The Olive Branch Mysteries,” is a hit as a part of summer reading programs, or used in the classroom on computers or e-readers. Now all six episodes are available under one cover, and “Death of a Garden Hoe” delights both teens and adult readers alike.
Gale has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a Master’s Degree in Education. She lives in Southeastern Wisconsin with her husband Bob, their sometimes-seen college student Shannon(dragging behind her, a trombone and her dirty laundry), and more flowers in her yard than grass. Visit Gale and get to know the Miller Sisters at galeborgerbooks.com or write her at firstname.lastname@example.org