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Dying For a Dude

Dying for a Dude By Cindy Sample

IN THE December 6 ISSUE

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by Cynthia Chow


Laurel McKay dreaded dressing as a Sassy Saloon Gal for Placerville’s annual summer Wagon Train event. Laurel definitely was not enthusiastic to be donning a corset that pushed up her assets. What she really should have been worried about was her mother who managed to fall into an abandoned gold mine with its very own skeleton. While this might be seen as celebratory event in this California town, evidence implicates Laurel’s great-great-grandfather as the probable murderer. Gran whips out her detective’s hat in order to clear her family’s name.

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by Sunny Frazier



I saved my last Bouchercon column for special friends throughout my career. It is always a pleasure to show off their latest!
How does a hoarder and her fortune connect to a corpse in a limestone cavern in Arizona? Joanna Brady has her hands full in What Remains of Innocence—Joanna Brady #16 by the prolific J.A. Jance.

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