Photo, Snap, Shot - Joanna Campbell Slan

Photo, Snap, Shot

  • Publisher: Midnight Ink
  • Series: Kiki Lowenstein Scrap-n-Craft Mystery Series , Book 4
  • Release Date: May 8, 2010
  • Genre: Mystery
  • Available Formats: eBook
  • ISBN-10: 738719765
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738719764

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Old money and tradition are the hallmarks of the St. Louis prep school that Kiki Lowenstein’s daughter Anya attends. But the elite academy is stamped with scandal when Anya finds the dead body of teacher Sissy Gilchrist in its elegant theatre. Even worse, Anya might have seen the killer.

Pegged as a shameless flirt and a lousy teacher, Sissy would’ve made everyone’s “least popular” scrapbook page. Especially for those who were seeing red over Sissy’s mixed-race romance with a colleague. Fearing her daughter is in danger, Kiki sifts through the school community’s many shocking secrets to pin down the murderer, while doing all she can to avoid starring in her own memorial album.

Includes scrapbooking tips and a special offer from the sponsors of Spotted Canary!


“In Agatha-finalist Slan’s diverting third scrapbooking mystery (after 2009’s Cut, Crop & Die), Kiki Lowenstein’s 12-year-old daughter, Anya, a student at St. Louis’s fancy Charles and Anne Lindbergh Academy, ventures with another girl into the balcony of the school theater, where they stumble on the dead body of an unpopular teacher, Sissy Gilchrist. Hired on the basis of her family’s social standing, Sissy was dating a black man—an act that may have given someone motive for murder. Kiki teams again with her crush, the unfortunately married Det. Chad Detweiler, who investigated her husband’s still unsolved murder in the first book in the series, Paper, Scissors, Death (2008). Kiki’s job at Time in a Bottle, a scrapbooking store, sometimes distracts from the murder investigation, but the subject of racial prejudice makes this a cut above the usual craft-themed cozy.”
— Publishers Weekly (May)
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