Charlie and Harry know it's their job to take care of the "family." So when Jeremy shows up for Thanksgiving dinner and starts acting suspiciously, the two mobsters figure they'd better make sure nobody's gonna get whacked. This short story appears in the Thanksgiving mystery anthology THE KILLER WORE CRANBERRY.
The most hilariously dysfunctional crime family returns for their fourth outing in Beth Mathison's hit short story series. To observe Mother's Day, Jeremy brings his best girl Carla to brunch at Pawleski's Supper Club. Harry and Charlie have provided the unique contraband menu that has conveniently "fallen off" of various trucks. The mothers of all the young kids have disappeared for the day, leaving an olive-throwing gang of kids in the club's banquet room. And Aunt Shirley tries to keep the p... more info>>
Jeremy, Harry and Charlie, fresh from their adventures in A MOBSTER'S GUIDE TO CRANBERRY SAUCE, are back and in more trouble than ever. After the Thanksgiving disaster in their previous outing, Jeremy is determined to leave the cranberries (and the "family business") behind and open a successful cupcake shop. When Harry and Charlie show up during his efforts to get ready for Valentine's Day with another crime gone horribly wrong, Jeremy soon realizes that even when you want out of the family's ... more info>>
For Jeremy, trying to be live a life outside of the "family business" isn't easy. First, there was the Thanksgiving dinner disaster of A MOBSTER'S GUIDE TO CRANBERRY SAUCE, followed by the Valentine's Day nightmare of A MOBSTER'S RECIPE FOR CUPCAKES. By now, you'd think he'd find somewhere to lay low when a holiday rolls around. Unfortunately for Jeremy, it appears St. Patrick's Day is going to be another trouble-filled holiday. His girlfriend Carla may be leaving him, his cupcake business is i... more info>>