The Trouble with Tulip (Google eBook)

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Harvest House Publishers, Jul 1, 2005 - Fiction - 304 pages
35 Reviews
Josephine Tulip is definitely a smart chick, a twenty-first century female MacGyver who writes a helpful hints column and solves mysteries in her spare time. Her best friend, Danny, is a talented photographer who longs to succeed in his career...perhaps a cover photo on "National Geographic"? When Jo's next-door neighbor is accused of murder, Jo realizes the police have the wrong suspect. As she and Danny analyze clues, follow up on leads, and fall in and out of trouble, she recovers from a broken heart and he discovers that he has feelings for her. Will Danny have the courage to reveal them, or will he continue to hide them behind a fa ade of friendship?

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Starns has such a way with words and storytelling. - Goodreads
A good mystery with an unpredictable plot. - Goodreads
Mindy starns clark is an excellent writer. - Goodreads
Clark's pacing is terrific for a mystery suspense book. -
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The ending leaves you hanging. - Goodreads

Review: The Trouble with Tulip (A Smart Chick Mystery)

User Review  - Bree - Goodreads

A good mystery with an unpredictable plot. Jo's a old soul, left at the alter, her home tips a failure, she connects with old people rather than people her own age. One of her reads is killed and she ... Read full review

Review: The Trouble with Tulip (A Smart Chick Mystery)

User Review  - Mary Beth - Goodreads

I get a kick out of the "smart chick". I thought I had read them all, but realized I had missed this one. Lucky me. Read full review

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Mindy Starns Clark is the author of many books (more than 450,000 copies sold), which include A Pocket Guide to Amish Life, Shadows of Lancaster County, Whispers of the Bayou, and The Amish Midwife. In addition, Mindy is a popular inspirational speaker and playwright.

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