Tiny Houses Can Hold Big Clues. Geraldine Porter is thrilled to meet bestselling author and miniatures enthusiast Varena Young. The celebrity seems to seek friendship with Gerry and her crafts group, and makes a generous offer of a house from her collection for a library fund-raiser. But Young is suddenly murdered. Gerry and her eleven-year-old granddaughter Maddie delve for information on Young's mysterious past, and find a clue to her murder in a secret room... in a dollhouse. "Perfectly written, with a cast of wonderful characters. This series keeps getting better and better.” -- Hannah Reed, Mind Your Own Beeswax
About the Author
Margaret Grace is the pen name of Camille Minichino, author of three different mystery series. Under her own name she writes the Periodic Table series, and as Ada Madison, a new series of mathematical mysteries. A retired physicist, she is on staff at Lawrence Livermore Labs, and teaches science and writes in the Bay Area.
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Mix-up in Miniature: The Miniature Mysteries based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I have to say first that I love miniatures, had a dollhouse and still have lots of the furniture and accessories. That is what led me to this series in the first place. Ms. Grace does a wonderful job describing them and offers ideas of how to make miniatures from simple things around the house. The other reason I have continued to read this series is the murder mystery. She does a deft job creating interesting characters. I love not only Gerry Porter but I adore her granddaughter Maddie as well. Some of the other recurring characters are just as engaging, like her nephew Skip, the homicide detective, and her boyfriend Harry. The plot was as intricate as her miniatures and kept me turning the pages until I was done. I highly recommend this series!