3 edition of It Might Not Be Murder, but... found in the catalog.
September 19, 2007
by Dog Ear Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||236|
Cozy Murder / Crime Mystery, hints of romance Loved the setting! Everything about this book makes me want to read more. I noticed a few editing errors but nothing crazy! The book was beautiful and wrapped up so nicely with an ending as good as anyone could ask for. It finishes the story and was enjoyable. But that’s not what he’s doing. “Murder Book,” a new true-crime podcast debuted on Jan. 28, and it’s taking him back to his roots as a reporter who covered the crime beat for newspapers.
Crime How Not to Get Away With Murder. Nancy and Frank Howard were happily married for three decades. Then he fell in love with another woman, embezzled $30 million, and hired a hit man to kill her. A woman has been cut into three pieces in the same way that the famous magic trick, the Zig Zag Girl, would have been if the trick failed. This is the first casualty of the magic trick murderer! As the bodies pile up, it seems that Edgar and his intriguing past just .
Hillary Greene is the main reason to read this book. She is a curious protagonist. Her love life is a mess but it must take a backseat to a gruesome murder with interesting implications. Hillary’s life unfolds in what might be called an interesting police procedural. As . I read this as "Mail Order Murder", I then went to purchase what I thought might be the next book, and it's title was "Mistletoe Murder". Imagine my surprise when I found word for word, the "Mail Order Murder" book I had just read, only with a new title.
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It Might Not Be Murder, but. This novel brings together a Chief of Detectives in New Scotland Yard and an academic from the halls of a prestigious University in the States. Their respect for one another and their successes in solving crimes in the Metro London area foster a close and respectful relationship.
Mousse and Murder by Elizabeth Logan (pen name for Camille Minichino, who writes a bunch of other cozy series under various names) really had the description and history of Alaska going on, but as for the characters and mystery, not so much/5(27).
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She resides in Houston and, when she’s not writing or working at her day job, she’s likely outside in the sun, on the beach, or riding : St. Martin''s Publishing Group. The Minute Murder by Patterson and Shan Serafin is about a contract killer named Michael Ryan who had a contract to kill the son of a Croatian mobster but his partner killed him instead.
Ryan then finds his wife killed and It Might Not Be Murder to his partner's house and takes him out after he got information from him/5(). In AprilFirsts: The Book Collector's Magazine estimated that the first edition of Might as Well Be Dead had a value of between $ and $ The estimate is for a copy in very good to fine condition in a like dustjacket.New York: Viking Press (Mystery Guild), Februaryhardcover.
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Charlee is a mystery writer, who wrote a book in which victim gets killed by mercury poisoning. The book is set for success but the only problem is that her notorious literary agent is murdered it exactly the same way as it was s described in the /5(). A Midsummer Night's Murder. Even her mind reading skills might not be enough to save the day this time.
Join Shelby in her best adventure yet. A Midsummer Nights Murder Was a great book with great characters and great action with a great story and a great ending looking forward to the next book thanks. I told the story in my book last year, and offer you an insider look at ten important things you may not know about the Gosnell case.
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Detective Rick Jackson brings on new recruitments in hopes of pushing the case forward and finally taking Pierre Romain to trial for murder. But first, Jackson would have to resurrect his key witness, or Romain might enter court with an argument that could allow him to walk away free.
What other book might you compare A Clockwork Murder to and why. I would compare this book to some of Ann Rule's stand alone novels in that it shows the workings of the killer's thoughts and motivations, as well as a picture of who the victim is before the.
Welcome back to Camino Island, where anything can happen—even a murder in the midst of a hurricane, which might prove to be the perfect crime Just as Bruce Cable’s Bay Books is preparing for the return of bestselling author Mercer Mann, Hurricane Leo veers from its.
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It is not mysterious that the same party who cannot understand why women might feel great tenderness and love towards a deeply desired fetus. A young chef might bite off more than she can chew when she returns to her Alaskan hometown to take over her parents’ diner in this charming first installment in a new cozy mystery series set in an Alaskan tourist town.
I really enjoyed reading Mousse and Murder and not just for the delightful setting. The main characters are well. Although, he doesn't owe us an explanation, I am glad that he gave us one. This really is an excellent literary account of Lisa's life and the crime itself. The info on the backstory is amazing; info we might not get from the trial.
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"The Ninth Hour," Alice McDermott's superb and masterful new novel, begins with a suicide and culminates in murder. The book's real thrills, though, are in the feats of its storytelling.