The Pumpkin Thief (A Chloe Boston Mystery Book 2) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Chloe Boston, meter maid and unofficial sleuth of the Hope Falls Police Department, is on the trail of the Halloween Killer and a second troublesome criminal, the Pumpkin Thief, who has robbed every pumpkin patch in town. Aided by her dog and new boyfriend, Chloe is closing in on Hope Falls public enemies 1 and 2.
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The Pumpkin Thief (A Chloe Boston Mystery Book 2)

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Overview

Chloe Boston, meter maid and unofficial sleuth of the Hope Falls Police Department, is on the trail of the Halloween Killer and a second troublesome criminal, the Pumpkin Thief, who has robbed every pumpkin patch in town. Aided by her dog and new boyfriend, Chloe is closing in on Hope Falls public enemies 1 and 2.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011868412
  • Publisher: Brian Jackson
  • Publication date: 8/5/2010
  • Series: Chloe Boston Mystery Series, #0
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 171,534
  • File size: 98 KB

Meet the Author

Melanie and her husband, also a writer, live in the California Gold Country with their cat (also a writer who has a page on myspace) and their dog (who is hoping to get a page on facebook as soon as she masters typing). Melanie likes gardening but hates the deer who also like her garden, and she volunteers at a local animal shelter.
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  • Posted September 23, 2011

    Loved it

    Great book, a quick read!

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  • Posted November 13, 2010

    I Love Chloe and Blue

    Meter maid and amateur sleuth, Chloe Boston solves crimes with the help of her dog, Blue, ex-police chief and knife sharpener, Dad, and a slew of other fun characters.

    I enjoyed this book, especially the first part that had such a cozy, small town feel to it. The mystery itself was of secondary interest to me as I caught up on Chloe's exploits from the first book, Moving Violation (A Chloe Boston Mystery Book 1). I found the pumpkin thief thread to be touching and wished that I could stop by for the upcoming Thanksgiving dinner.

    I'd like to say more but I'd probably give stuff away. I recommend the book. Meantime, I'm off to read the next book in the series, Death in a Turkey Town (A Chloe Boston Mystery Book 3).

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2010

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    It feels like a real small town

    Hope Falls is the quiet, picturesque town we all dream of visiting.even with the real body found in the town's haunted house attraction. Chloe, Blue and Alex are again on another mystery to solve. Still only a meter maid, Chloe deduces and investigates the first murder in Hope Falls in more years that people can remember.

    The Chloe Boston series books are wonderful reads for the e-format. Neither too long where one gets eye-strain, nor too short where one feels that it should have been described as a short story, the books are hearty meals that leave you full, but not uncomfortable.

    Melanie Jackson has a wonderful writing style that brings you into the story and even better, the town of Hope Falls. You feel as you though you are truly walking the streets of this small mountain town and interacting with the very real residents.

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