From USA Today bestselling author Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli!
"The appeal of this third in the series comes both from Emily--a likable character forging a new life after her divorce--and the evocatively described, nicely detailed small-town setting." --Booklist
The End Timers, a cult-like group, have descended on part-time journalist and aspiring mystery author Emily Kincaid's small Michigan town. With dire warnings that the end of the world is just two weeks away, the entire community has been disrupted by psychics, cult followers, believers and disbelievers alike. But when Emily's latest job assignment leads her to an eerily motionless woman propped against a tree, she realizes that at least one person's world has come to an end all too soon.
Emily soon learns that the victim, an eccentric psychic and leader of a shamanic healing group, harbored painful memories of the area and had mysterious ties to certain members of the cult. Turning to her friend Deputy Dolly Wakowski for help, she's stunned to learn that Dolly has turned in her badge and joined the cult, leaving Emily to fear for her friend's sanity and forcing her to try to solve the case on her own.
As the days tick away to the end of the world, Emily has to navigate her way through a crowd of true believers, a group of shamanic well-wishers, and a suspiciously secretive cult leader to rescue her friend and catch a killer--all the while dreading that these few precious days may be her last.
"Buzzelli's well-crafted third Emily Kincaid . . . [features] sharp prose and spirited characterizations." --Publishers Weekly
Rave reviews for the Emily Kincaid Mysteries:
Dead Dogs and Englishmen
A Kirkus Reviews Best Book of 2011!
"Buzzelli will have you packing your bags for a move to northern Michigan." --Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
"Emily is a detective for our times: She can't afford health care, but she can make flour out of cat tails and work three jobs at once." --Christian Science Monitor
Dead Dancing Women
"Every woman who's ever struggled with saying no, fitting in, and balancing independence against loneliness will adore first-timer Emily." --Kirkus Reviews
Dead Floating Lovers
"A mystery that keeps you guessing, together with the story of a woman slowly finding her voice" --Kirkus Reviews
Praise for A Most Curious Murder:
"Fans of [Lewis] Carroll will delight in Zoe's flights of fancy, and the northern Michigan setting in all its splendor is a charmer . . . an entertaining series with a quirky premise and captivating characters." --Library Journal
"This quirky, clever cozy series launch . . . [is] hard to resist." --Publishers Weekly
"Quirky main characters, lyrical dialogue and a story sure to appeal to bookworms as well as cozy mystery fans are all elements that give this novel a distinctive voice. A clever mystery and intriguing supporting cast round out the mix." --RT Book Reviews (four star review)
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