Hannah and Kiki, sister sleuths (of a certain age), must revisit their high school days when their favorite teacher is suddenly murdered.
"Two of the best characters to grace a who-done-it in years!"-Midwest Book Review
"You will snicker, chuckle, and finally laugh out loud at all the funny mannerisms and antics of the characters."-Rendezvous
"A humorous and diverting new series."-Library Journal
* Book three in the Hannah and Kiki Mystery series
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Hill Creek lies about a half an hour north of San Francisco. The Marin County town is considered an upscale community with its residents consisting of yuppies and new agers. It is a nice town where nothing ugly occurs and the latest craze is typically adopted here. When something wicked does occur, sisters Kiki Goldstein and Hannah Malloy can usually be found in the middle. The sexagenarian siblings have energy to burn that is the envy of teenagers. A hit man murders Hannah¿s favorite teacher, Geraldine Markham. Hannah feels very guilty because the woman called her for help, but circumstances prevented Hannah from providing aid to Geraldine. Hannah vows to ferret out the identity of the murderer. Her quest sends Hannah and her sister into danger that almost costs them their lives. The two sisters are eccentric dynamos, who vividly display that the retirement set can do more than just action shuffleboard. Kiki is a real cool character who flirts like a butterfly, but stings like a bee. Hannah tries to futilely keep her sibling in line. LOVE AND THE SINGLE CORPSE has an exciting amateur sleuth who-done-it that shows how talented Annie Griffin is. Harriet Klausner