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Releasing August 7, 2108
NC-17, Maizie Albright Star Detective #3
The kids aren’t all right. And apparently, neither is Maizie Albright.
“Larissa writes a delightful book. Suspense, romance, and some funny situations. Maizie’s a teen star grown up to new possibilities” — Sharon Salituro, Fresh Fiction
As an ex-star of a hit teen detective show, Maizie Albright gets the youth demographic. Or so she thought. Now that she’s adulting, today’s kids make Maizie feel out of date. At least the youth she meets while doing (required) community service at Black Pine’s exclusive healing resort, the Wellspring Center. When these teens aren’t vlogging their attempts to track down Big Foot, they’re trying to prove the Center is a secret underground lab set to destroy mankind. Or at least, set to thwart their attempts at tracking down Big Foot. Starting with the murder of their not-so-young commander.
A murder the police find as likely as Big Foot.
Maizie has her own suspicions about the new celebrity retreat. Particularly when she learns her ex-fiancé has been hired to run the Center. Kind of an issue when she thought Oliver was in prison. Kind of an issue when Nash, the man of her dreams, is out of commission.
Wait, not man of her dreams. Boss of her fantasies. Um… A desirable mentor for her career aspirations? Professionally speaking, of course.
While Maizie’s helping adolescent Youtubers detect a murder and coverup, she’s wrangling her mother’s wedding, assuaging an overzealous probation officer, and struggling to keep Nash Security Solutions solvent. Conspiracy theories collide with real-life catastrophes beginning with murder and possibly ending with Maizie’s life.