A Little Learning (Google eBook)

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ReadHowYouWant.com, 2009 - Fiction - 392 pages
5 Reviews
Former beauty queen and fledgling private investigator, Madeline Maclin, has married her best friend, Jerry Fairweather, and settled into his old house in the small town of Celosia, North Carolina. Madeline becomes involved in the mysterious death of Amelia Lever, an unpopular teacher at Celosia Elementary School. Her cigarette break turned out to be fatal. But Maddy isn't convinced it was a natural death. Grumpy, uncooperative Amelia Lever was despised by the faculty, mainly for voting against grant proposals. And then there's her latest case. Nathan Fenton has hired Madeline to help solve a riddle left to him by his Uncle Elijah, a man who loved to play games. The riddle says: From west to east the river flows, from ancient times the sparrow flies. Trust animals that live in packs, and listen where the portrait lies. Are the teacher's death and this mysterious riddle somehow related?
  

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Review: A Little Learning (Madeline Maclin #3)

User Review  - Sharon - Goodreads

I'd probably give this a 3.5 really. The editing by the publisher was pretty slack, there were several blatant errors but that's not Tesh's fault. This is the third installment of the Madeleine Maclin ... Read full review

Review: A Little Learning (Madeline Maclin #3)

User Review  - Shonna Froebel - Goodreads

This is the third book in a series featuring former beauty queen and fledgling private investigator and artist Madeline Maclin Fairweather. She lives with her new husband Jerry in the small town of ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
59
Section 3
125
Section 4
185
Section 5
261
Section 6
319
Section 7
359
Section 8
380
Section 9
381
Section 10
382
Section 11
383
Section 12
384
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About the author (2009)

Jane Tesh lives and writes in Mt. Airy, North Carolina. A media specialist/librarian for grades K-6 for 30 years, she retired to write and exercise her creative side. A rehearsal pianist and sometime orchestra conductor for community theater, she also plays the violin, and is a certified kick-boxing instructor.

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