By Jessica Beck
Whilst death pickle-fortune inheritor Curtis Trane ultimately succumbs within the captivating Moose Diner, every body believes that it’s simply the top of the man’s lengthy disorder, yet upon nearer exam, it seems that Curtis has been murdered! In a plea from past the grave, Curtis asks Moose and Victoria to unravel his murder, and the 2 needs to go away every little thing they comprehend and enterprise out into the wealthy man’s rarefied global.
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Twenty-three calls. " For the press conference we had decided not to mention that Angela's body had been dumped naked but for her underwear, nor the ring which she had been wearing, in an attempt to weed out the cranks from those with genuine information. "A few promising leads though," Costello continued, stirring the tea now to give him something to do with his hands and the cup. "A mention of a traveller boy, presumably Whitey McKelvey. The two of them were seen together on Thursday night, at a disco in Strabane.
Was she epileptic? " "Never. But then, if she had a fit, she weren't murdered. " For a moment a spark of hope seemed to flicker in her eyes, as though the means of Angela's death could somehow after the final outcome. "We don't know, Sadie. " "No. " "Why? " "Just clearing some things up. " "Muire, run up and fetch them tablets from the bathroom, love," Sadie said, and the younger of the two girls - the girl whom I had thought was going to speak on my last visit - ran up the stairs, her footfalls thudding across the ceiling above us.
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A Real Pickle (Classic Diner Mystery, Book 6) by Jessica Beck