THE MAIN LINE IS MURDER

THE MAIN LINE IS MURDER

by Donna Huston Murray
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THE MAIN LINE IS MURDER by Donna Huston Murray

When her husband becomes head of struggling Bryn Derwyn Academy, Ginger Barnes learns that murder on the campus can kill a school's reputation in a heartbeat. Hoping to move the scandal off the front page ASAP, Gin uses her Mop Squad job to discreetly hurry the investigation along. Can she save her husband's job and the family's new home before the school goes under? Or will her good intentions make matters worse?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014493024
Publisher: Donna Huston Murray
Publication date: 05/03/2012
Series: Ginger Barnes Main Line Mysteries , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 343,289
File size: 610 KB

About the Author

Donna Huston Murray’s cozy mystery FINAL ARRANGEMENTS (originally published by St. Martin’s Press) simultaneously achieved #1 on the Kindle-store list and #1 for Female Sleuths. The series opener, THE MAIN LINE IS MURDER achieved #2 for Female Sleuths. Claiming that, “This book should be picked up and savored!” a judge for the Writer’s Digest 21st Annual Self-Published Book Awards named Murray’s first suspense novel, CURED…BUT NOT OUT OF DANGER, as one of her top picks. Donna found all of this to be very encouraging.
The seven Ginger Barnes Main Line Mysteries and the first Lauren Beck Crime novel (above) were recently joined by DYING FOR A VACATION, a classic mystery the author describes as “an homage to Agatha Christie.”
Murray’s work can also be found in the Edgar-award winning companion book, THE FINE ART OF MURDER, and the LETHAL LADIES I and II anthologies by Berkley.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read a lot of books, but rarely write reviews. This book was most definitely worth the time to read and to indicate my pleasure in the story. I enjoyed the character development but they weren't overblown, something that is difficult to find in mysteries of this type today. I am looking forward to continuing the series.