A Deadly Cliché

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Berkley Prime Crime, 2011 - Fiction - 296 pages
22 Reviews
While walking her poodle, Olivia Limoges discovers a dead body buried in the sand. Could it be connected to the bizarre burglaries plaguing Oyster Bay, North Carolina? At every crime scene, the thieves set up odd tableaus: a stick of butter with a knife through it, dolls with silver spoons in their mouths, a deck of cards with a missing queen. Olivia realizes each setup represents a cliché. And who better to decode the cliché clues than her Bayside Book Writers group?

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User Review  - debbieaheaton - LibraryThing

In Adams mystery novel, Olivia Limoges stumbles upon a dead body while walking on the beach. She can’t help but wonder if there is connection between the deceased and the rash of burglaries that have ... Read full review

Review: A Deadly Cliché (A Books by the Bay Mystery #2)

User Review  - Amy Woods - Goodreads

Loved this book. It's the second in Adams' Books by the Bay series and now I'm going back to read all the others. The main character, Olivia Limoges, is a wonderful blend of kind, caring, and tough ... Read full review

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