Take one eighth-generation gypsy who is unwilling to admit that she has a gift for foretelling the future. Add a likeable and slightly eccentric group of friends who love the retro lifestyle and following Georgie into one madcap adventure after another, and you have a foolproof recipe for a unique mystery series. Forget the body count - you won’t find dead bodies piling up here: just intriguing puzzles that need a gypsy fortune-teller (and her friends) to unravel the clues!
Here’s just a little of what they’re saying about this series on Good Reads:
"Well, I read all of them in about week! Great, fantastic, Awesome. Enough of that. The health department is probably on the way to close up my home.. Got nothing done for a week. They were absolutely wonderful reads. I would recommend them to anyone that likes a good mystery, love story, fun books!" (Blanche Wegman)
"I love everything about these books and that makes it easy to review but I'm always worried about giving too much away if I said everything I wanted to say. So I'll keep it short by saying this. If you don't read these books, you'll miss out on some of the best writing you could ever read…" (Karen)
"Can't stop raving about this series!!"
"Each book tells its own fantastical tale about Georgie and her family and group of friends solving a different puzzle of one kind or another. Marg is VERY inventive and hasn't written about any case twice. Love these books! Way to go Marg McAlister! I'm rushing off to read the next one now!" (Stephanie Villere)
5 BOOKS - 5 GREAT READS!
Book 1: Good to Go
When Georgie B. Goode decides to take to the road in a vintage gypsy trailer, she finds herself up to her neck in trouble from the very first stop. That crystal ball her great-grandma Rosa insisted she take with her seems to be trying to tell her something…but what?
Book 2: Georgie Be Good
When Sarah West turns up at a vintage trailer rally to see if Georgie can help her falsely-accused husband, Georgie just can’t bring herself to say ‘no’. With the help of her crystal ball and her amateur team of investigators, she starts following the trail—and ends up entangled in a web of lies.
Book 3: Good Riddance
One of Georgie’s first customers at an RV park in Santa Monica is a teenage boy who seems more set on having her arrested rather than seeking her help.
Georgie can sense that there’s more behind his football-jock muscles and acne scars than meets the eye, so she keeps digging - but as the plot thickens, she finds herself calling on her fledgling Crystal Ball Investigation Team for help. What they lack in experience, they make up for in ingenuity!
Book 4: Up to No Good
If ever there was a stark contrast to the fun of the retro scene with its rockabilly fun and gorgeous little homes on wheels, it would have to be preppers, stockpiling food and waiting for the Apocalypse. It’s not a scene that Georgie has ever had much to do with, until her brother Jerry starts specializing in building Bug-Out vehicles and selling Get Out Of Dodge packs. Then Jerry disappears—and his fate is in the hands of a couple of gypsy fortune-tellers: his great-grandma Rosa and his sister Georgie.
Book 5: In Good Hands
Jaxx Saxby is widely known as “The TV Presenter from Hell”, so it’s a very a reluctant Georgie that finds herself back in Elkhart to take part in a cable TV special. Jaxx, unfortunately, has decided that the mammoth Johnny B. Goode RV Empire is a perfect fit for her show. During a crystal ball reading recorded on camera, Georgie realizes that Jaxx is in grave danger —but where that threat is coming from is not easy to work out, since most people around Jaxx Saxby have good reason to dislike her!