Sleuthing may be hard, but parenting is harder.
Sometimes parenting sucks, especially at the beginning. There’s too little sleep and too much butt wiping. Fortunately, new dad Owen O’Shea has a brilliant wife and great friends to help him out. He also has a cozy wingback to sit in and a big window to look out from, two small comforts that make those 3 a.m. feedings a hell of a lot easier … at least at first. It’s during one of those wee-hour feedings when Owen witnesses suspicious activity across the way that seems less idyllic-suburban-cul-de-sac and more daytime-drama-meets-high-intrigue-thriller. His curiosity piqued, Owen decides to do what any calm, responsible parent would: dive recklessly into an investigation that is either wildly off-base or life-threateningly true. Are his neighbors innocent suburbanites or murderous psychopaths? Either way, he’s probably screwed.
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Witty, dry and full of relatable moments that anyone who has walked the floor with a small babe, in the dark hours of the early morning can relate to, Owen O’Shea: Stay at home Dad. Wanna be detective fits the bill nicely as an almost black comedy about things that do sometime mysteriously happen during the night, even in boring, normal suburbia. FULL REVIEW IN LINK. ~ Blue Wolf Reviews, https://bluewolf-reviews.com/books/humour/owen-oshea-stay-at-home-dad-wannabe-detective/
"A hilariously fun, and action-packed murder mystery, full of banter and sarcasm; gory at times; the MC is such a smart-ass and his behaviors were so unhinged...I was living for it; the relationship dynamics between all the characters were wildly entertaining; a page-turner for sure with tons of twists and red herrings that had me constantly second guessing who to trust and enjoying every minute. " ~ Katie Dickerson, BookTok Influencer, https://www.tiktok.com/@katiedickerson38/video/7331944006571609390
This is one of those books that once you finish, you realize just how good a time you had with it. ~ Alyson Serena Stone, FULL REVIEW - https://serenastone.livejournal.com/376814.html
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