Murder on the Toy Town Express: A Vintage Toy Shop Mystery

Murder on the Toy Town Express: A Vintage Toy Shop Mystery

by Barbara Early

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Overview

When an accident derails the local Train and Toy show, Liz McCall finds herself tied to to the tracks of trouble.

Liz McCall has come to love running her father’s vintage toyshop back home in East Aurora, NY, so when the Train and Toy Show comes to town, she’s all aboard for a fun toy-filled weekend. The only hitch is that her childhood bully Craig McFadden, now local business rival, has set up a booth next to hers. But the fun and games are over when Craig falls from the ceiling in a publicity stunt gone wrong.

What was initially thought to be a fatal accident proves much more sinister. Pulled into the case by her feelings for both Ken, the police chief, and Jack, her high school sweetheart whose brother is one the prime suspects, Liz dives headfirst into the investigation. But as she digs deeper, she’s shocked to learn her father may have been the intended target.

The trouble train is barreling down and Liz may have just bought herself a first class ticket in Murder on the Toy Town Express, Barbara Early’s delightful second installment in her Vintage Toyshop mysteries.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781683317562
Publisher: CROOKED LANE BOOKS
Publication date: 09/11/2018
Series: A Vintage Toy Shop Mystery Series
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 805,882
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Barbara Early earned an engineering degree, but after four years of doing nothing but math, developed a sudden allergy to the subject and decided to choose another occupation. Before she settled on murdering fictional people, she was a secretary, a school teacher, a pastor’s wife, and an amateur puppeteer. After several years living elsewhere, she and her husband moved back to her native Western New York State, where she enjoys cooking, crafts, classic movies and campy seventies television, board games, and posting pictures of her four cats on Facebook. This is her fourth mystery, and the second in her Vintage Toyshop series.

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