Scratch the surface of a small town planning and zoning department, and you'll uncover a story. That's what Carol Rossi counts on in the winter of 1983, and she's right. A former teacher, age 47 and romantically involved with a much younger police officer, she needs a big story to make a success of her new career as a reporter for a Wilton, Connecticut, weekly newspaper, but murder isn't what she had in mind. When the victim turns out to be a woman on Rossi's beat, writing a story no longer seems enough, and she vows to find the killer. Stalked and terrorized, Rossi soon finds herself in over her head, professionally and romantically.
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Murder at the P&Z based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Small towns are never what they seem, especially in Dot Hayes' Murder at the P&Z. Lots of twists and turns keep the story moving. A terrific read.
Hayes truly writes a gem of a novel with Murder at the P & Z. This book constantly kept me yearning for more as I really had trouble setting it down! Anyone who's a fan of murder/mystery novels should definitely include Murder at the P & Z as a must-read.