Book Report, bestseller.

Book Report
Even though this book comes in print and E-book version, the audio book is most entertaining. The young lady/voice actor gives this book a third dimension along with a little bit of Technicolor. None the less, it can be found in print if you wish.
Twenty-five-year-old Molly Gray or as some call her Molly the maid labors as a maid in a five-star hotel. Dragging along with her a room trolly full with cleaning supplies, towels with soaps, small bottles and tubes of mouth and hair hygiene products. Ready as she says, “here to clean your room to perfection.” And as you can tell takes pride in her work. Others at the hotel think of her a bit weird and a bit over the top. Some refer to her as ‘Roomba’ the robotic vacuum and other disparaging descriptions But one startling and horrific day Molly finds the deceased body of one of the hotel’s frequent guests. Possibly murdered in his bed. But we must say here Molly is a bit naïve, unassuming, and reads some of her friends the wrong way. Another thing you the reader of this book will discover Molly is guided by mantras and proverbs left her by Molly’s late Gram or grandmother. Recalling what would Gram do or think in a given situation.

The book, “The Maid” a novel by Nita Prose, suspense fiction mystery and detective story bestseller 2022
Library of Congress annotation:
Twenty-five-year-old Molly Gray doesn’t interact well with the world and misses her gran who codified it for her. She has gotten a job as a hotel maid and revels in her orderly duties. When she discovers a dead body in a room, Molly must unravel the real killer’s identity.
Lauren Ambrose is the voice actor on the audiobook. Even though the subject is murder, drugs, and some bad relationships one can’t help but snicker a bit at Molly’s naivete and clueless assumptions. Read the book. You’ll like it.

Published by Okie Beyond borders

I come from a family who migrated from the parched red dirt Plaines of southern rural Oklahoma. Migrating to blue collar working class community of East Los Angeles. There is where I was born. I am Mr. Writermelon. I can only write what my grammar and spell checker allows. I am neither profound nor profane. Boy howdy! Send comment to: Mr.writermelon@gmail.com

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