Moonlighting In Vermont

Moonlighting In Vermont

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by Kate George
     
 

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Meet Bella Bree MacGowan ... smart, sexy and wanted for murder. Bella is furious that Lt. Miles Brooks thinks she's actually capable of murder. If he'd concentrate on finding clues, instead of trying to pin the death of her boss on Bree, he might actually catch the perp. If Brooks won't look for clues, then Bree will, regardless of the danger. Finding clues isn't as

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Meet Bella Bree MacGowan ... smart, sexy and wanted for murder. Bella is furious that Lt. Miles Brooks thinks she's actually capable of murder. If he'd concentrate on finding clues, instead of trying to pin the death of her boss on Bree, he might actually catch the perp. If Brooks won't look for clues, then Bree will, regardless of the danger. Finding clues isn't as easy as it seems and Bree looses her boyfriend and her job while in the pursuit of justice. A lethal encounter with the creepy soap star Gunnar Ericson makes her wonder if she'll be able to discover the murderer's identity before she also loses her life... Another chillingly good New England mystery from Mainly Murder Press.

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ISBN-13:
9780615292021
Publisher:
Mainly Murder Press
Publication date:
07/15/2009
Pages:
242
Product dimensions:
0.55(w) x 8.00(h) x 5.00(d)

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Moonlighting In Vermont 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
linjune More than 1 year ago
I don't know what I like more....my nook or all the great books that I have been able to read. Keeps you interested to the end.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a great book. I couldn't put it down. Can't wait for more of her books.
BJScott More than 1 year ago
Moonlighting in Vermont is a superbly written, romantic mystery with just a hint of comedy, by Kate George. Winner of the Daphne du Maurier award for excellence in the Mystery/Suspense category, Kate George shows us what truly incredible writing can achieve. The storyline was so absorbing; it was hard to put this one down! Bella Bree MacGowan, paste-up artist by day, housekeeper by night, describes herself as a Rachel Ray look-a-like "without the benefit of a hair and makeup stylist." George's heroine is a fictional treasure that is strong-willed, self sufficient, and not easily derailed! The backwoods town of South Royalton, Vermont is typically a quiet venue where not much happens; a place where the rich and famous have been known to frequent to get away from it all, certainly not a place for murder? When Bree is assigned to clean one of the cottages at Whispering Birches, a super-luxury hotel, she finds her boss dead on the floor. Bree quickly becomes the prime and only suspect as Detective Miles Brooks does everything in his power to point all clues toward Bree. In the weeks that follow the murder, Bree manages to lose her boyfriend and her daytime job at the Royalton Star. She becomes the subject of much gossip in town and is even accosted at Vera's funeral! With nowhere else to turn, Bree scrambles to dig up clues, and carries out her own investigation in order to clear her name and avoid the fate that awaits her. George's characters are both interesting and compelling because each struggles with difficult conflict. Can't wait for California Schemin'. I highly recommend this book for it's original plotline, well thoughtout characters, and romantic flair with just a hint of comedy! A great book to curl up to on a rainy day!
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I read the second book first and then bought this one. Both are fantastic. I wish I could nook the third one as well. Alas, it is not available for nook. Will have to order it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good book, started California Schemin which was good from the beginning. Some references in that book made me wonder if there was another book that I should be reading first. Found out that this one was it so, I stopped reading that one and started this one. I really enjoyed Bree and the uncanny way that trouble just seems to find her...now to pick up where I left off with California Schemin...I'm sure it will be just as good!
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Great mix of good plot and humor. Would definetly try another from this author
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447 pages. Good mystery.
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Were at rose
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Need white print on black ground to see.