Four on the Floor - a Jeff Talbot Mystery

Four on the Floor - a Jeff Talbot Mystery

by Deborah Morgan

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Four on the Floor - a Jeff Talbot Mystery by Deborah Morgan

Months after antiques picker and ex-FBI agent Jeff Talbot's beloved 1948 Chevy woodie was wrecked — the result of a killer trying to run Jeff off the road — it's finally restored. But when he and his butler go to pick it up at the shop, they discover the asphyxiated bodies of four men — including owner Louie Stella, a former informant from Jeff's FBI days.

But what at first appears to be a terrible accident is soon ruled a homicide. Louie's son, Tony, is missing — and he's left behind an envelope, found inside the woodie. Filled with clues, in connects the Talbot family with what the media has dubbed the "Four on the Floor" murders. As Jeff puzzles together the pieces of his past, he goes undercover to catch a rich, mysterious woman who may hold the key — while trying not to become the fifth on the floor...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148196778
Publisher: Crossroad Press
Publication date: 07/05/2013
Series: Antique Lover's Mystery Series , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 213,648
File size: 794 KB

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Four on the Floor - a Jeff Talbot Mystery 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The fourth book in this series, aptly titled "Four on the Floor" is a bit more convoluted than the others, but still entertaining, educational and orginal. Jeff Talbot turns inward for this fourth outing. Sheila is much better and his car is FINALLY finished from the bad accident in the previous books. However, the backstory that weaves this book together is almost as unbelievable as the stories of the antiques Morgan has peppered these books with. Antique car stories have never been of interest, but the historical nature of ephemera is. We learn of Henery Ford, of the precurser of the National finger print data base, Victorian mourning jewelry, and some more of Jeff's past life as an agent and his family history...and of Greer's family history as well. As usual, Morgan educates as well as entertains
goldieinaz More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed the authors previous books in the series but this one was perfection! Being a fan of "Antiques Roadshow" plus a car lover, this book hit the spot. I am about to read the fourth and last book of the series but hope to see number five listed real soon. Highly recommend this book.
honybea More than 1 year ago
I couldn't put it down