Bob at the Lake by R. Murphy
Take a crabby woman of a certain age, move her to the wintry shores of a New York lake, and then throw in a martini-loving ghost from 1920s Manhattan. Last, stir in the good-looking grape grower who lives up the hill. Now there’s a recipe for a potent screwball cocktail!
How do you make a crabby character lovable? by R. Murphy
Poor Roz! The cranky woman-of-a-certain age who features in my debut novel, Bob at the Lake, has worked so hard, for so many years, but even if luck does visit her once in a while, it never stays for long. Thanks to a series of career and financial missteps, and that economic smack-down …
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