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Paper-Thin Alibi
     

Paper-Thin Alibi

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by Mary Ellen Hughes
 

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With her craft shop business going well, owner Jo McAllister takes off for the weekend, having snagged a spot at the prestigious Michicomi Craft Festival to show her wares. Jo’s excitement dims, however, when she learns her booth is directly across from an old nemesis, the conniving Linda Weeks.

Linda aggravates Jo continually during the festival,

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With her craft shop business going well, owner Jo McAllister takes off for the weekend, having snagged a spot at the prestigious Michicomi Craft Festival to show her wares. Jo’s excitement dims, however, when she learns her booth is directly across from an old nemesis, the conniving Linda Weeks.

Linda aggravates Jo continually during the festival, eventually goading her into a public argument, which puts Jo in a very bad light after Linda drops dead – from candy unwittingly delivered by Jo.

With her reputation in doubt, Jo sees sales at the Craft Corner slump badly enough to put her business in serious jeopardy. But her good friends rally around her, working out motives and means during Jo’s paper-craft classes. As paper flowers are folded and collages layered, Jo works to track the twisted trail of a killer, before another life is ripped to shreds.

Includes directions for a decorated gift box and a tasty recipe!

Originally published by Berkley Prime Crime

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016242101
Publisher:
Mary Ellen Hughes
Publication date:
03/16/2013
Series:
Craft Corner Mysteries , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
353,308
File size:
1 MB

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Meet the Author

Mary Ellen Hughes is the author of two other Craft Corner mysteries - Wreath of Deception and String of Lies, as well as the Maggie Olenski mysteries - Resort to Murder and A Taste of Death. She lives in Maryland.

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Paper-Thin Alibi 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Was a very good book just kept reading and forgot the time i would tell anyone to read it the people were so real some u wanted to just hit in the head