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Little White Lies

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2001


    In 'Little White Lies', Janet and Ron Benrey have created a totally likable heroine, Pippa Hunnechurch. This British import, a hard-working, savvy headhunter, finds herself, while struggling to save her agency, suddenly caught in the middle of murder. With the help of her one-of-a-kind secretary, Gloria, Pippa sorts through the tangle of little white lies to find the truth. The end is both exciting and satisfying, and I, for one, hope Pippa returns soon with further adventures.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Inspirational amateur sleuth cozy

    Born in England, Pippa Hunnechurch now lives in the United States and has for over two years since her spouse and child died in a senseless car accident. Pippa plans to become a permanent resident of Ryde, Maryland after falling in love with her adopted new homeland. <P>Pippa, who runs a headhunting agency, meets popular peer Marsha Morgan during a Chamber of Commerce meeting. They immediately hit it off so when Pippa needs an applicant fast for a client, she turns to Marsha for help. Marsha offers the perfect candidate and the two women split the fee. However, before they can divide their earnings, Marsha dies in a drowning accident that Pippa believes is a disguised homicide connected to the deceased¿s business. With the help of Marsha¿s secretary, Pippa tries to solve which of the four likely suspects killed her new friend. <P>LITTLE WHITE LIES is an entertaining mystery that fans of cozies and amateur sleuth tales will enjoy. Readers of inspirational stories will adore the novel too as Ron and Janet Benrey show how embracing God¿s love can make the difference in one¿s life without preaching their message. In fact, the writing team adroitly interweaves their feelings into a well thought out who-done-it populated by four viable suspects and a determined headhunting ¿sleuth¿. <P>Harriet Klausner

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