And Then They Were Doomed: A Little Library Mystery

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“Sorry, Miz Zola,” Mr. Cavendish, Bear Fall’s bent-over mailman, said when he placed the ominous envelope into her tiny hands. “Hate to do this to you. I found it at the bottom of my bag. Must’ve missed it yesterday.”
One letter, edged in black, brought back a flood of memories that Zoe thought could mean just one thing: another death in a family which never wanted her and which she thought she was done with when her mother died. Imagine her shock when she opened it and found it was not a death notice, but rather an invitation to take part in an Agatha Christie symposium in an UP Michigan hunting lodge with several other authors and scholars. But why the weird envelope? Who is aware of the work she is doing on her current book on Christie? And why can’t she shake the feeling that there is WAY more to this webinar than it seems?
˂em˃And Then There Were Doomed˂/em˃ brings us back to the quaint Northern Michigan town of Bear Falls and the community of women created by Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli in her Little Library Mystery series. Once more we join Zoe, Dora, and Jenny as they solve a mystery, enjoy friendship, and share the love of books.

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Author Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli
Star Count 4.5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 326 pages
Publisher Crooked Lane Books
Publish Date 2019-08-13
ISBN 9781643850009
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Issue December 2019
Category Mystery, Crime & Thriller


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