One Dead Under the Cuckoo's Nest

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One Dead Under the Cuckoo's Nest

One Dead Under the Cuckoo s Nest When Pauline Sokol goes undercover to investigate brokers who match psychiatric patients with treatment facilities for high dollar bounties she suddenly finds herself confined against her will in a m

  • Title: One Dead Under the Cuckoo's Nest
  • Author: Lori Avocato
  • ISBN: 9780060731670
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Pauline Sokol goes undercover to investigate brokers who match psychiatric patients with treatment facilities for high dollar bounties, she suddenly finds herself confined against her will in a mental hospital run by nuns Of course, convincing the staff that she s not crazy is like convincing a jailer that she s innocent, so Pauline decides to use the time to her advWhen Pauline Sokol goes undercover to investigate brokers who match psychiatric patients with treatment facilities for high dollar bounties, she suddenly finds herself confined against her will in a mental hospital run by nuns Of course, convincing the staff that she s not crazy is like convincing a jailer that she s innocent, so Pauline decides to use the time to her advantage and continues with her investigation Just as she starts to immerse herself in this strange world and make some headway, her hunky cohort Jagger shows up When Jagger won t help her escape, Pauline knows that she s in deeper than she ever imagined and her only hope is the help of her colorful and off kilter new friends her fellow patients But when a crooked cross dressing nun winds up dead, Pauline knows that only her wits can save her from a killer that s committed to silencing herrmanently.

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    One thought on “One Dead Under the Cuckoo's Nest

    1. Lynn Demsky on said:

      This was a pure delightful mystery to read! Especially because there’s a tad of humor in it (love it when I can chuckle with a book). The characters are all unique, strange in their own way and pull together to just make this a great read! This one was a bit more serious than the others in this series making it more of a mystery and not a cozy! GREAT READ!!!!

    2. Susan Paulen on said:

      Investigate please!There was no reason for the main character to keep returning to a psych ward. She could have investigated the people working there by following them. It would have been more interesting and natural.

    3. Kristen on said:

      In One Dead Under the Cuckoo's Nest, Pauline Sokol didn't know what she'd gotten herself into, when someone mistakes her for someone else. She lands in the loony bin. Things aren't what they seem, as she's the right one for this case, since she was an ex-nurse. She gets a closer look into the nuns who's in charge of the mental hospital and the patient. When things gets fishy, she knows something's on the up and up. When one person winds up dead, things gets suspicious. When drugged, someone goes [...]

    4. Bonnie on said:

      I like these books but have to admit that reading all but the last book I'm a little disappointed that there is not more interaction between Pauline and Jagger although I do get a kick out of him sitting through meals at the Sokol house. Pauline's mother is very *hip* with Pauline's friend Goldie and his partner.

    5. Jennifer The Forgetful Fairy Queen on said:

      I enjoyed Pauline and Jagger finally getting closer!!!! I didn't however enjoy the setting or the plot. I never could figure out all the players though until told at the very end. So all of it was not completely obvious. I did have to wonder how many friggin passes one could get out of a Pchyciatric facility, I mean HONESTLY!!

    6. Linda on said:

      I enjoyed this Pauline Sokol mystery. The only thing I didn't like was that at times the amount of characters was overwhelming to keep track of. The story was well written and you really felt for the characters.

    7. Emily Crow on said:

      Cozy mystery in which our hapless heroine goes undercover in a private mental hospital in order to investigate insurance fraud. I have to admit the book is quite readable--I pretty much breezed through it in one sitting--but I found it to be annoyingly silly from start to finish.

    8. Jon Rybka-Wachhaus on said:

      This is the third one and the best one so far. It was really good and I enjoyed it alot. I hope the rest are just as good. Someone needs to make these movies. Imajustayin'

    9. Eva on said:

      it was fairly entertaining, if not completely unrealistic. the pacing had a problem though, it drags on in the middle and gets tied up in a rush at the end.

    10. Scott Cinsavich on said:

      It was a pleasure to read while I was recovering in the hospital. Thanks Maggie.

    11. Kelli Ferguson on said:

      Once again this one is a winner. It's when you really start to see Jagger's interest in Pauline start to grow!

    12. Lydia Jones-green on said:

      Great summer time read! Light and funny! Reminded me of the Stephanie Plum series!

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