Murder Gone Missing

Book 2: Southern California Mystery Series

A girl, a guy, and a missing body. What could go wrong?

Newly minted lawyer Corrie Locke has taken a vow of abstinence. From PI work, that is. Until her best friend Michael finds his bully of a boss stabbed in the back after confronting him earlier that day. Michael panics, accidentally tampering with the crime scene…which could lead the cops to Michael instead of the real culprit. He turns to Corrie to track down the killer. She doesn’t need much coaxing. Her late great PI dad taught her the ropes…and left her his cache of illegal weaponry.
They return to the scene of the crime, but the body’s gone missing. Racing against time, Corrie dredges a prestigious Los Angeles college in pursuit of clues. All she finds are false leads.  Armed with attitude and romantic feelings toward Michael, Corrie dives into a school of suspects to find the slippery fugitive. Will she clear Michael’s name before he’s arrested for murder? 

Advance Praise:
Another sharp, fun mystery with all the right ingredients from Ms. Sideris…the book sparkles with great dialogue, an intriguing puzzle, plenty of suspects and danger. I loved it!

~ Award winning author of the Tempe Crabtree series, Marilyn Meredith

BOOK CLUB QUESTIONS: 1. What was your favorite passage and why? 2. Do the characters seem real? Who was your favorite character and why? 3. How important was setting to this novel? 4. Agatha Christie wrote of her dislike of mysteries having a romantic subplot. Do you agree or disagree with her views? Did the romance aspect take away from the mystery or enhance it? 5. Were you able to predict who the killer(s) was? Was the motive plausible? 6. What is heroine Corrie’s strongest characteristic? Her weakest? Does she seem realistic? 7. Corrie seems fearless on the surface, but is she? 8. Does Corrie grow and change by the book’s end? Or is she hopelessly stuck in her ways? 9. What do you think of Corrie’s parents? 10. Does the humor add to or take away from the story? 11. What did you find most humorous? The characters? The plot? Or the dialogue? 12. Did the humor or wit help move the pace along or slow it down?