Nip, Tuck, Dead

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Nip, Tuck, Dead

Nip Tuck Dead Ex nurse turned insurance fraud investigator Pauline Sokol s willing to risk anything to put a bad doc out of business even her best friend Goldie s near perfect proboscis Her cross dressing compadre

  • Title: Nip, Tuck, Dead
  • Author: Lori Avocato
  • ISBN: 9780060837044
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ex nurse turned insurance fraud investigator Pauline Sokol s willing to risk anything to put a bad doc out of business even her best friend Goldie s near perfect proboscis Her cross dressing compadre has agreed to get his shnozz bobbed so Pauline can pose as his private nurse and gain entry into Highcliff Manor a posh plastic surgery spa making an illegal killing with tEx nurse turned insurance fraud investigator Pauline Sokol s willing to risk anything to put a bad doc out of business even her best friend Goldie s near perfect proboscis Her cross dressing compadre has agreed to get his shnozz bobbed so Pauline can pose as his private nurse and gain entry into Highcliff Manor a posh plastic surgery spa making an illegal killing with their repeat clientele.But when a super rich frequent flier is unexpectedly widowed and a receptionist who knows too much is given the boot off a nearby cliff Pauline realizes she s stuck her own nose into something really nasty Despite the pleasant distraction of the hunky Dr Neal and the unexpected appearance of her sexy cohort, Jagger Pauline can t shake the feeling she s being closely watched And if she s not careful, she ll be the next one who goes under the knife

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    One thought on “Nip, Tuck, Dead

    1. Lynn Demsky on said:

      “Ex-nurse-turned-insurance fraud investigator Pauline Sokol's willing to risk anything to put a bad doc out of business—even her best friend Goldie's near-perfect proboscis! Her cross-dressing compadre has agreed to get his shnozz bobbed so Pauline can pose as his private nurse and gain entry into Highcliff Manor—a posh plastic surgery "spa" making an illegal killing with their repeat clientele.But when a super-rich "frequent flier" is unexpectedly widowed—and a receptionist who knows to [...]

    2. Purr More on said:

      Book #5 in the Pauline Sokol mystery series. Pauline seems to be getting more independent in her investigating skills and is starting to find the clues on her own without Jagger's help all the time. Not that Jagger is out of the story by any means. Though I like this series and see the similaritis to the Stephanie Plum series, Pauline is not quite as "street-smart" as Stephanie and seems more naive. cutesy if you will, than Stepanie. This book was probably one of my least favorites of the series [...]

    3. Sherri on said:

      I think I am going to give up on this series. I hate it when an author keeps using the same phrasing throughout. I'm amazed that the main character still has a jaw since her is constantly dropping. She does the same thing with re-occurring themes throughout - as in the heroine can't seem to think straight when there is a handsome man around. She also is incapable of taking care of herself and constantly needs to be rescued by the men in her life.

    4. Mary Z : ) on said:

      Good book. It's the first I've read by this author. Definite similarities to Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum. The writing isn't as tight, and there were typos and one sentence spoiler where the story got ahead of itself. I'll try a couple more by this author.

    5. Jennifer on said:

      I felt that this book tried to compete with Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series, and it just didn't make the cut for me. I suppose that someone without prior knowledge of the Plum series might enjoy it.

    6. Mary on said:

      Okay. I did not find the characters believable. I couldn't imagine the people having the money to investigate. However, in the world of plastic surgery this sort of thing could indeed happen. The tone of the book is wrong and it just wasn't well written.

    7. Kelli Ferguson on said:

      I really liked this book but kinda wanted a bit more between Jagger and Pauline at the end. Just my silly love goosebumps acting up!

    8. Pamela on said:

      This one wasn't for me. Conversational, chatty, light and I'm sure quite amusing/funny for some, but I just found it didn't have enough to keep me interested in the "mystery".

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