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Jones'd
     

Jones'd

by Linda Rae Blair
 
Murder investigation via the dog's perspective, this humorous mystery has Jones providing background information on the goings on in the Andrews household. His views on work, people and situations are bound to give the reader a giggle as Press and the rest of the Virginia team try to find the killer of a young woman who didn't exist just a very few years before she's

Overview

Murder investigation via the dog's perspective, this humorous mystery has Jones providing background information on the goings on in the Andrews household. His views on work, people and situations are bound to give the reader a giggle as Press and the rest of the Virginia team try to find the killer of a young woman who didn't exist just a very few years before she's found on Press's beach--dead!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015969023
Publisher:
LINDA RAE BLAIR
Publication date:
01/13/2013
Series:
The Preston Andrews Mysteries , #12
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
150
Sales rank:
798,975
File size:
217 KB

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Meet the Author

Raleigh artist, Linda Rae Blair, has traveled the U.S. extensively. With a family history of Scots-Irish immigrants to the U.S. around the time of the revolution and as a 13th generation direct descendant to John Alden & Priscilla Mullins, pilgrims of Mayflower fame, she has always been a lover of history. She combines these into sagas that are interesting to history buffs and lovers of romance and mystery.

She has spent many happy hours in Virginia Beach during off-season when the winds blow hard and cold and the salty air whips at the weather-protected palms. This is the locale chosen for Preston Andrews Mysteries series. Locals and visitors alike will find many familiar frames of reference in this series.

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