A friend recommended this to me and since I already had it on my Kindle, it was an easy one to try.
by Lorena McCourtney
Ivy Malone may be older than Nancy Drew but she’s not yet into Miss Marple territory. She’s shocked to learn that with age, comes a thin sheen of invisibility. Many people barely glance at her and fewer still realize she still has feelings and purpose.
Ivy lives in a Missouri town that has grown and changed. She doesn’t know everyone at church any more. Many of her neighbors have moved. Other unsettling things happen. The country cemetery where her friend Thea’s family is buried has been vandalized. Thea is distraught and Ivy promises to help.
That help leads to running for her life from local organized crime.
I enjoyed this. Ivy is spunky and pragmatic and likeable. She’s real.
You don’t have to be of ‘a certain age,’ to enjoy Invisible by Lorena McCourtney.