Twin Killing (Google eBook)

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F+W Media, Inc., Aug 23, 2011 - Fiction - 178 pages
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Everywhere Monona Quinn goes, people turn up dead - and Mo ends up confronting their killers! First there was Charlie, owner of the town diner and Mo's first friend after moving to little Mitchell, Wisconsin (Murder over Easy). Then there was the parish priest (Murder at Midnight). And now, even a trip to the family farm yields corpses.

Mo's twin sister, Madison, is already under plenty of pressure taking care of her mother and keeping the family farm going, with her husband serving in Iraq. So when her son (also one of twins) is arrested for drug possession, Mo drops everything - including her 80-hour-a-week job as editor of the weekly Mitchell Doings - and drives down to the farm, outside Summersend, Iowa, to help. The simple possession charge turns to suspicion of murder when not one but two locals, who are running a meth lab out of an abandoned barn outside town, are killed.

Add to the mix a troubled marriage - when she leaves home, Mo's husband, Doug, tells her he canít promise heíll still be there when she returns - and you have tons of trouble for our amateur sleuth.


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Review: Twin Killing (Monona Quinn Mystery #3)

User Review  - Linda - Goodreads

I really like Marshall's third book. I had read his first and found a lot of editing errors. It detracted from the content. This time, the book had few editing errors and very nice writing. I liked ... Read full review

Review: Twin Killing (Monona Quinn Mystery #3)

User Review  - Ohbie Robledo - Goodreads

Home is where you're comfortable with. And I think, home is where God is. Wherever Monona is, she has God. So cool! Family-oriented, and a God-fearing story. (: Read full review

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