Books by Laurie Moore

DAWN OF THE DEB by Laurie Moore
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 9, 2015

"Forget plots and subplots. Moore (Deb on Air—Live At Five, 2013, etc.) has so much going on that readers may have to take notes."
A debutante finds herself responsible for handling a mishmash of potential disasters. Read full book review >
DEB ON AIR—LIVE AT FIVE by Laurie Moore
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 17, 2013

"In spite of being saddled with a nightmare family, Dainty performs admirably amid a sea of suspects."
A debutante detective must resolve her boss' troubles to keep her job. Read full book review >
WANTED—DEB OR ALIVE by Laurie Moore
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 20, 2011

"Less a mystery than a buddy adventure, the second in this series will please those enamored of Dainty's disasters, so long as they don't mind the high body count."
Debutante Dainty Prescott (Deb on Arrival—Live at Five, 2010, etc.) goes south of the border. Read full book review >
DEB ON ARRIVAL--LIVE AT FIVE by Laurie Moore
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 15, 2010

"Though Moore (Woman Strangled—News at Ten, 2009, etc.) doesn't write well enough to maintain her heroine's distinctive voice while she juggles her riotously complicated life, it's impossible to not get wrapped up in her debutante's debut."
Introducing Dallas's Debutante Detective Agency, which deals in minor mysteries and major sass. Read full book review >
JURY RIGGED by Laurie Moore
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Dec. 10, 2008

"Moore (The Wild Orchid Society, 2004, etc.) definitely thrives on excess. But she's wildly funny and impressively adroit at tying up all the wacky bits and pieces. Go ahead and read it. You need a good laugh."
A Fort Worth homicide cop takes a month's leave to pursue a legal career. Read full book review >
THE LADY GODIVA MURDER by Laurie Moore
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Dec. 1, 2002

"Ignore the false notes here—the tough-but-vulnerable swagger, the overheated backstory, the witless Who's-on-First interlude, the interminable windup—and pray that Moore, who's well worth watching, sticks to her best stuff next time."
How's this for a conflict of interest? Read full book review >