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Cut, Crop & Die


  • Publisher: Midnight Ink
  • Series: Kiki Lowenstein Scrap-n-Craft Mystery Series, Book 2
  • Release Date: June 8, 2009
  • Genre: Mystery
  • Available Formats: eBook
  • ISBN-10: 738712515
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738712512

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Creative Revenge

All it took was one scone. When the hot-tempered (and widely hated) hobbyist Yvonne Gaynor eats a tainted pastry at Kiki’s scrapbooking crop party, it triggers an allergy that leads to Yvonne’s death. Even worse, the police suspect foul play when they realize that someone tampered with the treats and swiped the victim’s allergy medication.

An expert at stealing design ideas, Yvonne had enough enemies to fill a memory album. Soon, the scrapbooking community pins her murder on Kiki’s friends and our ace scrapper finds herself dealing with anti-Semitic threats at the shop, a quarrelsome pre-teen daughter at home, a meddlesome mother-in-law, and constant financial pressure. Despite help from the handsome yet annoyingly coy Detective Detweiler, Kiki has her work cut out for her in solving the crime.

Includes innovative scrapbooking tips.




Reviews

“Broad humor bordering on the absurd propels Agatha-finalist Slan’s uneven second mystery to feature St. Louis scrapbooker Kiki Lowenstein (after 2008’s Paper, Scissors, Death). When one of Kiki’s fellow scrappers, Yvonne Gaynor, keels over during a cropping event because of a severe allergic reaction, the police suspect someone sabotaged the epinephrine syringe Yvonne always carried for such an emergency. Despite all warnings, Kiki decides to launch her own murder investigation, which is soon complicated by hate crime attacks against Kiki’s employer and other local Jews. On the bright side, three handsome men take an interest in Kiki, while her late husband’s mother, Sheila, interferes in her life to her benefit. Filled with scrapbooking lore, this relatively clean cozy contains scenes that will make you either laugh or cringe, like Sheila’s sticking penis-shaped vibrators into her lawn to get rid of her mole problem.”
— Publishers Weekly (June)
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