Cozy about a dry cleaner with a nose for murder. So-so story. First in a series. May get better as series continued, but none of the characters were 3-dimensional.
This a great series. Easy reading, but it keeps your interest and you learn a lot of dry cleaning.
When Betty the Bag Lady brings in a Dyer's Cleaners bag stuffed with a bloody suit, it doesn't take long for Mandy Dyer, the owner, to start wondering which of her clients may have been murdered, or worse, which of them may be a murderer. She soon learns it could be both when a high-priced lawyer is found bludgeoned to death in his office at a local law firm that Mandy handles for cleaning. Even though she turns the suit over to the police and finds herself smitten with the handsome (and single) detective in charge of the case, she can't help but start her own search for clues in the enormous catalogue of her customers' clothing.
I enjoyed this book, the first of the series. A dry cleaning "detective" is a completely different concept. The cleaning tip was nice, too!