A Playdate With Death
Berkley, June 2002, 22.95, 240 pp.
She is on indefinite leave from her job as a public defender but Juliet Applebaum isn't satisfied being a stay at home mom to her two children. The only time she is truly happy is when she can fit a murder investigation into her hectic schedule. When her friend and trainer is found dead the police rule it a suicide but Juliet's instincts go into overdrive.
In Juliet's expert opinion,... Death Gets A Time-Out
Berkley, July 2003, 22.95, 320 pp.
She went from a public defender to a stay-at-home mom but now that her two children are older, Juliet Applebaum is going into partnership with Al Hockey, a former investigator for the public defenders. They are opening up a private detective agency housed temporarily in Al's garage until they bring in enough money to have a real office. At a Hollywood charity function, Juliet runs into her good... Murder Plays House
Berkley, July 2004, 23.95, 320 pp.
She was a public defender but after giving birth to two children, Juliet Appleton quit to become a full time mother. When she became bored, she and her friend Al opened up their own private investigate business that still doesn't pay their salaries. When Juliet discovers that she is pregnant for a third time, she realizes it time to move into a house with lots of rooms. Her husband Peter, a ho...