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Beyond a reasonable donut, Ginger Bolton - paperback

Summary
Selling her corn fritters at a carnival, Deputy Donut Cafe owner Emily Westhill faces off against a murderer who doesn't play fair... Emily and her assistant, Nina, are looking forward to manning the Deputy Donut tent at the Faker's Dozen Carnival in Fallingbrook, Wisconsin--a festival held on Friday the thirteenth to celebrate good and bad luck. But Emily has barely dropped the corn fritters in oil when bad luck boils up. First, their bucket of confectioner's sugar disappears--and then while a mime creates a distraction, a magician robs their cash register. After the carnival, their misfortune continues. Emily discovers that someone has broken into artist Nina's loft and vandalized a large painting in progress with the bucket of stolen sugar, which is now on the head of the mime, who seems to have been suffocated. Emily would bet Nina was the intended victim, but the cops think Nina silenced the mime. Now Emily must catch the killer white-handed--before someone else kicks the bucket... --Publisher marketing
Language
eng
Literary Form
novels
Copyright
Edition
First Kensington paperback.
Note
Includes recipes
Physical Description
vi, 298 pages, 21 cm
Isbn
9781496725585

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