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Rescue Me!, book six of Good Grief! series, sends Joan and Jenny scampering north into the Plumosa mountains, northeast of Quartzite, Arizona. The two were determined to get a break after the intense drama of Elaine. The hoarder had drained them physically and emotionally.  

They nestle into the Kaibab National Forest. Joan is bent on completing a tiny house update and makeover, and Jenny is muddling through mind-boggling decisions for her next life since her last oasis was rudely invaded, and she was on the run again.

All was going without a hitch, for once, until Joan noticed that food was vanishing. Then, the tent that Joan had erected to hold her "stuff" for the makeover was being occupied by one, then two refugee children from El Salvador - escapees from a magic cult several miles away. A black and white chihuahua pup appeared, and a whole new drama is launched at full steam ahead when the biker dudes who'd bought the children began cruising the area - in search of their contraband property.

This is a story of personal growth for Jenny and Joan, inauguration into a new culture for refugee children, mysteries to be solved, murder of one who needed it (It's a cozy - it has to happen that way!), and the mayhem that all the above causes - especially a little black polka-dotted chihuahua pup now named Patches.

©2018 MA Deeter (P)2021 MA Deeter

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  • Debbie B
  • 11-05-21

Traveling and Helping people

I have been enjoying these books. The narration is great. The story is also wonderful.

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  • Mrs.McDonald
  • 16-03-21

Cute short story

This was a cute short story. A lot of things occurred in this book. If you are wanting a short time frame filled,, thia book is not boring.