Prelude to Death: A Blaine Stewart Mystery

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Dutton, Jan 1, 1996 - Fiction - 240 pages
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Last seen considering marriage to her FBI boyfriend, Blaine Stewart tosses all thoughts of marital bliss out the window when a late-night call comes ringing with bad news. It's her wayward brother, Dick, pleading for Blaine's assistance in a little mess he's gotten himself into. He's been accused of murder. And not just anyone's murder, but Corrye Edwards, Key West's unofficial poet laureate and widow of a famous Cuban expatriate artist. It's not an easy case, Blaine finds upon arrival, as Dick has no alibi and Corrye's last poem, "Prelude to Death", squarely points to him as a man not to be trusted. Caught between family loyalty and the search for justice, Blaine realizes that this land of tropical breezes and languid days has a harsh undercurrent. With her every move monitored by sleazy lawyers, local detectives, and a shadowy government agent, Blaine risks her faith, her future - and her life - to clear Dick's name.

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Prelude to death: a Blaine Stewart mystery

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Recently married Manhattan private investigator Blaine Stewart plies her craft in Key West. It seems the local police have jailed her younger brother Dick for the rape and murder of his lover, prize ... Read full review

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Blaine, a PI, tries to help her brother in Key West. Involved story, literate. Tough heroine. Could be a movie. Read full review

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