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Veiled Revenge: A Crime of Fashion Mystery

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  • Posted June 1, 2013

    In Byerrum¿s mystery novel, fashion reporter Lacey Smithsonian b

    In Byerrum’s mystery novel, fashion reporter Lacey Smithsonian believes that clothes can be magical, but until recently she never suspected they could be cursed. Stella, Lacey’s best friend, is getting married, and during her bachelorette party, fortune-teller Marie Largesse arrives with an amazing Russian shawl. According to Marie, the shawl is capable of blessing the wearer or cursing them. When a party crasher mocks the shawl and is found dead the following morning, everyone fears for their own safety. But level-headed Lacey has her doubts, and quickly pulls out her sleuthing skills to find a villain before more harm is done.


    A first-rate story and great addition to the A Crime of Fashion Mystery series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2013

    Okay

    I enjoy this series but found this installment lacking. The whole story line seemed forced, as if the author wasn't really comfortable with it, something was just off. I rated it three stars because I like the characters but if this had been the first book in the series and not the ninth I wouldn't be reading anymore of them.

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