Ever wonder what it would be like to be a Private Eye?
A real-life “Lady Private Investigator” recounts humorous cases and lessons learned from 40 years of working cases in Southern Louisiana. Listeners get to ride along on jailhouse interviews, stake-outs, and skip tracing assignments.
With her wit, her watchdog, and her trusty .38 at her side, she confronts danger and comical characters in equal measure. Buckle up and join Granny P.I. in action. It's a quick, fun listen!
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“I wish I'd known Nancy Wilson. Ingenious, smart, and determined are only three words to describe this 'Granny P.I.' I write about private detectives in fiction — Nancy lived the life, and she did it with style and success. This collection of 'real case' vignettes is an insightful look into how real investigators work cases and also a look back at a time I miss dearly — the 1970s. Nancy worked at a man's job in a man's world in a state that often didn't allow women to color outside the lines. But she did it, and she did it with humor. This is a wonderful, small book for anyone who wonders what it might be like to be a real Nancy Drew." (Carolyn Haines, USA Today best-selling author of the Sarah Booth Delaney mystery series)
"Nancy Wilson was the real deal and her stories show a smart, resourceful PI ahead of her time. I especially loved how she let her husband have his way a few times and then even he realized not to question her expertise! I would have loved to have spent time hearing her stories in person. I know she would have taught my fictional PI a thing or two!" (Mary Keliikoa, author of Derailed, a PI Kelly Pruett Mystery)
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I loved this memoir! It was funny and lighthearted! The narrator was excellent! She held me captive!!