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A most curious murder [electronic resource]. Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli.

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  • ISBN: 9781629536071 (electronic bk)
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource

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Jenny Weston moves home to Bear Falls, Michigan to nurse her bruised ego back to health after a bitter divorce. But the idyllic vision of her charming hometown crumbles when her mother's little library is destroyed. The next door neighbor, Zoe Zola, a little person and Lewis Carroll enthusiast, suspects local curmudgeon Adam Cane, but when he's suddenly found dead in Zoe's fairy garden, all roads lead back to her. Jenny, however, believes Zoe innocent, so the two women team up to find the true culprit, investigating the richest family in Bear Falls, interrogating a few odd townspeople and delving into old, hidden transgressions — until another body turns up. Inspired by Alice in Wonderland , Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli's quaint and compelling series debut A Most Curious Murder will delight cozy mystery readers new and old.
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Electronic reproduction. New York : CROOKED LANE BOOKS, 2016. Requires OverDrive Read (file size: N/A KB) or Adobe Digital Editions (file size: 2221 KB) or Adobe Digital Editions (file size: 2809 KB) or Kobo app or compatible Kobo device (file size: N/A KB).
Author Notes

Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli lives in Mancelona, MI. She has published nine novels, one work of nonfiction, and several short stories, which have been produced onstage, read on NPR, and published in several newspapers. For many years she taught writing at the International Women’s Writing Guild summer program at Skidmore College and currently teaches at Northwestern Michigan College.

Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli lives in Mancelona, MI. She has published nine novels, one work of nonfiction, and several short stories, which have been produced onstage, read on NPR, and published in several newspapers. For many years she taught writing at the International Women&;s Writing Guild summer program at Skidmore College and currently teaches at Northwestern Michigan College.

Subject: Fiction.
Mystery.
Genre: Electronic books.

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