Twilight (Google eBook)

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Simon and Schuster, Jun 15, 2010 - Fiction - 320 pages
14 Reviews
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User Review  - AliceAnna - LibraryThing

Not one of her best ones. Jenny didn't seem as sympathetic a character as usual. The whole insurance problem was just dumb. If it was that important, why didn't she go to the home office and stir things up? I don't know; it just didn't track. Read full review

Review: Twilight (Jenny Cain #10)

User Review  - Maureen - Goodreads

I did not realize that this was the final book in a series when I picked it up. There was nothing about this book that made me want to read the other nine. Everything from characters to basic plot ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
7
Section 3
20
Section 4
31
Section 5
44
Section 6
52
Section 7
64
Section 8
76
Section 17
174
Section 18
192
Section 19
203
Section 20
214
Section 21
224
Section 22
236
Section 23
248
Section 24
258

Section 9
87
Section 10
95
Section 11
105
Section 12
118
Section 13
127
Section 14
138
Section 15
148
Section 16
159
Section 25
266
Section 26
276
Section 27
286
Section 28
290
Section 29
300
Section 30
311
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About the author (2010)

Nancy Pickard is best known for her Jenny Cain mysteries. Her first novel was "Generous Death", and she began writing the culinary adventures of Mrs. Potter when the creator of the character, Virginia Rich, passed away in the mid 1980's. Rich's husband found a box of notes and newspaper clippings that were related to books that Virginia had hoped to write and they included a few first drafts of chapters. Pickard's relationship began with Rich when, as a fan, she wrote a letter to her after finishing "The Cooking School Murders." They were both mystery writers married to cattle ranchers. After her death, Rich's husband wanted to find another writer to continue Virginia's work, which eventually led to Pickard. The unfinished manuscript for "The 27-Ingredient Chili Con Carne Murders" was continued by Pickard and published in 1993. Before her death, Rich wrote "The Cooking School Murders" (1982), The Baked Bean Supper Murders" (1983), and The Nantucket Diet Murders" (1985). The other Eugenia Potter novels written by Pickard were "The Blue Corn Murders," which turned the character Mrs. Potter into a more vigorous older woman, followed by "The Secret Ingredient Murders." Pickard is the past president of Sisters in Crime and received the Anthony, Macavity and Agatha awards for five of the ten novels in her popular Jenny Cain series. She was also a two-time Edgar Award nominee and a winner of the American Mystery Award.

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