Half-price Homicide

Half-price Homicide

A Dead-end Job Mystery

Book - 2011
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Helen Hawthorne dutifully attends to the snobby patrons who frequent her high-end consignment shop, but becomes a main suspect when one of her customers is found dead in a dressing room.
Publisher: New York : Obsidian, 2011
Copyright Date: ©2010
ISBN: 9780451231543
0451231546
Branch Call Number: VIETS E
Characteristics: x, 278 pages ; 18 cm

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Ticky
Nov 16, 2011

The beginning was promising but half way into the story it lost it's momentum. The ending was lame.

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ScentedCrayons
Jul 03, 2011

The beginning was alright, but as the story progresses, it gets REALLY boring. I was actually expecting an intense murder mystery, forensic stuff, but it just mostly talks about the main character's irrelevant problems, almost like a really boring biography. It felt like a drag having to read all the way through. Not much fore shadowing either. No offense to the author.

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22950009541673
Sep 01, 2010

Begins with unending arguments. Didn't read far enough to find out if the book ever got past that.

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cathya
Jul 16, 2010

If you have any history with St. Louis and/or Florida, parts of the story will ring quite true.

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