Bauble and Squeak [NOOK Book]

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Pippa Hunnechurch thought she was a great executive recruiter?the kind who goes the extra mile for her candidates. But then her latest recruit kills himself... and blames Pippa for ruining his life! Pippa sets out on a quest to repair her reputation and inadvertently makes herself the target of a ruthless killer who is happy to go the extra mile to stop Pippa cold. It will take every scrap of Pippa?s fortitude?and the boundless heroism of the ...
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Bauble and Squeak

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Overview

Pippa Hunnechurch thought she was a great executive recruiter—the kind who goes the extra mile for her candidates. But then her latest recruit kills himself... and blames Pippa for ruining his life! Pippa sets out on a quest to repair her reputation and inadvertently makes herself the target of a ruthless killer who is happy to go the extra mile to stop Pippa cold. It will take every scrap of Pippa’s fortitude—and the boundless heroism of the man who loves her—to help her survive the toughest challenge of her life.

This novel was previously published under the title "The Second Mile."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012614186
  • Publisher: Greenbrier Book Company
  • Publication date: 5/26/2011
  • Series: The Pippa Hunnechurch Mysteries, #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 936,914
  • File size: 370 KB

Meet the Author

Ron and Janet Benrey have been a writing team for nearly two decades. They’ve co-written nine romantic suspense novels, beginning with “A Trifle to Die For.” They occasionally write fiction independently.
Despite their authorial togetherness, Ron and Janet have dissimilar backgrounds:
Janet has been a literary agent, the editorial director of a small press, an executive recruiter, and a book publicist. Janet earned her degree in Communication (Magna cum Laude) from the University of Pittsburgh.
Ron has been a writer forever—initially on magazines (his first real job was Electronics Editor at Popular Science Magazine), then in corporations (he wrote speeches for senior executives), and then as a novelist. Over the years, Ron has authored ten non-fiction books. His latest is “Know Your Rights: A Survival Guide for Non-Lawyers.” Ron holds degrees in electrical engineering, management, and law.
Ron and Janet live in North Carolina. When they aren’t writing, you’ll probably find them aboard their sailboat, in the Neuse River.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2012

    cozy mysteries, but preachy

    Interesting cultural tidbits about English culture and recipes,
    but the authosr also writes christian living books, and
    can't resist working prostelyzing against unbelievers into
    the narrative. Probably not so annoying if you share their
    dedication to christian beliefs.

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  • Posted June 4, 2011

    Engaging Characters

    Pippa Hunnechurch is a transplanted Brit who has opened an Executive Recruiting service in Maryland. In addition to the normal challenges of opening a new business, one of her clients commits suicide and leaves behind a message blaming Pippa! Well, she can't have that. An investigation ensues, and maybe her client's death wasn't a suicide after all. I continue to love Gloria, her engaging office assistant. I know you'll like these engaging characters.

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