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Unity, Maine 2007 Hard Cover First Edition Very good in very good dust jacket. CN2-A first edition hardcover book SIGNED and inscribed by author to previous owner in very good ... condition in very good dust jacket that is mylar protected. Dust jacket and bok have some bumped corners and light stains, light discoloration and shelf wear. An Esbeth Walters Mystery. 8.75"x6", 235 pages. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Read more Show Less

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Goodbye, She Lied (Esbeth Walters Series, #3)

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A retired schoolteacher pits her sleuthing skills against con artists and hit men. Although she's in her 70s, Elsbeth Walters has recently solved a few crimes in her hill country Texas town. Naturally, she's become unpopular with local law enforcement, but that doesn't stop her when someone seeks her services. Her first client is Boose, a tough Texan with enough sex appeal to have corralled five wives. His family had raised $64,000 to support their momma in assisted living before a grifter conned her out of the money. Elsbeth also agrees to help Adele Kilgore, who wants to prove her husband's death was murder, not suicide. Kidnapped and tortured by unknown hands, he ran his car into a tree in an escape attempt. It turns out Adele's husband was a con man who picked a target with Mafia connections. Maybe that's why the FBI is in town. Elsbeth picks up a handy helper in Gardner Burke, a retired forensic pathologist who fakes senility to get along in his disgraceful rest home, which Elsbeth's investigating for a plethora of sudden deaths. Crooked businessmen, rattlesnakes, knives and guns are just a few of the things Elsbeth and Gardner must deal with in order to solve the crimes. Cartloads of down-home humor, amusing characters and a hint of romance for the feisty heroine make for an agreeable, if not especially innovative, read.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781594146022
  • Publisher: Cengage Gale
  • Publication date: 11/14/2007
  • Series: An Esbeth Walters Mystery Ser.
  • Pages: 241
  • Product dimensions: 5.70 (w) x 8.60 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fans will enjoy this senior citizenry amateur sleuth

    In Fearing, Texas Boose Hargate asks septuagenarian Esbeth Walters to uncover the identity of the con artists who bilked his elderly momma she was tossed out of the posh retirement home due to a lack of funds.----------------- Adele Kilgore does not need the insurance money nor cares about it, but has a need to know who killed her husband Vance. The police said it was suicide, but he was obviously bound and tortured before driving himself to his death. She turns to Esbeth to uncover the truth. Esbeth receives help from retired forensic pathologist Gardner Burke even as two hitmen search for the same con artists that Esbeth seeks. As everyone converges at Boose¿s booby trapped isolated cabin, law enforcement remains several steps behind Esbeth and her adversaries.----------- Although everything ties together too perfectly like a mathematical equation, fans will enjoy the senior citizenry amateur sleuth as Gardner the retired pro assists former math teacher Esbeth on her investigations. Her work on both cases is fun to follow as she finds the sum of the parts (her two cases, a tie in serial killing, and a previous con) equals the whole mystery.---------- Harriet Klausner

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