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Crossed Tales

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When telly celeb is murdered right in front of Caer Crossed and her friend Emily during a local York version of Antique Road Show, Caer can't help getting involved. Along with just having their baby girl, Mare, her husband Ter has a curate in training Micheal Langley and their friend John is once more around. Although they knew the victim was killed by a poisoned dart, but how and whom is still questionable. It's not until Caer notices a missing specimen case in Tyson Greggs study while signing releases for not only the video and album Tyson is producing with his new group she sung with during Blythe's birthday bash does she connect its contents to the murder only to find it while out helping Emily and her new husband Eddie get their unstuck van from muddy drive that Wolfie happened to discover. Caer's muddle is detoured when John and local librarian, Sasha have impromptu wedding at the vicarage. Caer has John research the newest addition to the village, finding she had more in common... More > than anything else.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781329635159
Edition
First Edition
Published
October 20, 2015
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
186.6 KB

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Printable? Yes
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