Novel Crimes: Fact and Fcitoin Lines Blur in Four Stories of Aspiring Mystery Writers

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Barbour Pub., Dec 1, 2003 - Fiction - 349 pages
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When four women begin writing mystery books, they suddenly find themselves entering new lives of intrigue, danger - even love. Will their longing for adventure on paper take them to perilous places in real life? In this intriguing novella compilation, you'll meet four fascinating women: Tina suspects her tall, dark, and mysterious neighbor is a real-life villian. When a local murder bears the markings of an organized crime job - and the criminal evidence mounts against the hunk next door - will Tina's hunches prove true? Raine develops a fictional cast of suspicious characters based on people in her own life. But those same people become actual suspects when Raine determines they're planning to steal her inherited art collection. Will suspect number one make Raine laughingstock number one? As she writes about crime, Justine begins to face mysterious "accidents" and suspicious happenings. She finds herself being stalked. . .but is it by a rogue meaning her harm - or a friend trying to help? Fear fills Cassie's heart when her on-paper tragedies occur in real life - complete with details from her plots. But only one man knows what she's writing - could he be a murderer in disguise? While these women plot intrigue, could God be plotting a much larger story - one involving love?

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Review: Novel Crimes: Four Aspiring Mystery Writers Mix Real Life with Storytelling

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Cute, light-hearted mysteries involving a group of four women known as the "Sleuth Sisters", mystery writers who meet at a writing conference and go home only to become embroiled in their own ... Read full review

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