Guise And Dolls

Guise And Dolls

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by Deb Baker
     
 
(originally published as Ding Dong Dead)

When an anonymous donor gives Gretchen Birch and her friends a historic house to turn into a doll museum, Gretchen’s aunt becomes convinced the house is haunted. And strange, creepy things do seem to be happening. A dead woman in a cemetery, a cryptic note, and an eerie discovery in the house add up to danger.

Overview

(originally published as Ding Dong Dead)

When an anonymous donor gives Gretchen Birch and her friends a historic house to turn into a doll museum, Gretchen’s aunt becomes convinced the house is haunted. And strange, creepy things do seem to be happening. A dead woman in a cemetery, a cryptic note, and an eerie discovery in the house add up to danger. Gretchen better get to the bottom of it, or it’ll be her who is history.

"A trio of smart, independent women...the peek into this world is fascinating" ~ Romantic Times

"Quick-paced...engaging characters" ~ Armchair Interviews

"A puzzling mystery filled with charm as well as suspense" ~ Who Dunnit

"Sharp and entertaining" ~ Curled Up With a Good Book

“Fun, frantic and thoroughly engaging” ~ Sandra Balzo, author of Brewed Crude Tattooed

Editorial Reviews

Sandra Balzo
"A fun, frantic, and thoroughly engaging mystery."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011898778
Publisher:
D. B. Publishing
Publication date:
11/22/2010
Series:
A Gretchen Birch Murder Mystery , #4
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
213,991
File size:
627 KB

Meet the Author

Wisconsin author, Deb Baker, also writes The Gertie Johnson Backwoods Adventures. Under her pen name, Hannah Reed, she created the Queen Bee mysteries, including Buzz Off and Mind Your Own Beeswax. Visit her at http://deb-baker.blogspot.com

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Guise And Dolls 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed these books. I hope there are more. Each book is about $4.00 and all are 500 or more pages long. The murders lack horrific details, which is nice. There is no sex, but there is romance, no cursing or rape or crimes against children. I loved all the characters, including the animals. The homeless people having so many problems, yet being willing to help their friends, humanized them and I liked this aspect. When I finished this last book, I felt lonely as if a friend had moved away. I hope there are more books in this series about the dool club. Recommend for readers ages fifteen and up, these books are in no way juvenile. Geared more for women readers. Enjoy. AD
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