The Homicide Hustle: A Ballroom Dance Mystery

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Penguin Group USA, 2013 - Fiction - 304 pages
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One of them has been eliminated…permanently. The traveling TV dance show, Ballroom with the B-Listers, is coming to Washington, D.C., and ballroom dancer Stacy Graysin is first in line to participate. Not only will the publicity propel Graysin Motion, Stacy's dance studio, into the limelight, but the prize money could help offset her looming debt. Plus, Stacy's teen idol, heartthrob Zane Savage, specifically requested to be her partner. But the whirlwind reality contest stumbles when the show's coproducer, Tessa King, is found dead in the Potomac River. All the clues point to Tessa being murdered—and the suspects are the contestants and crew of B-Listers. Now Zane and the rest of the B-Listers must promenade back to fame, and Stacy will need to hustle to maintain her reputation, win the competition, and catch a killer.

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Review: The Homicide Hustle: A Ballroom Dance Mystery (A Ballroom Dance Mystery #3)

User Review  - Jeannie and Louis Rigod - Goodreads

This book is the third in the amusing 'A Ballroom Dance Mystery' series. The characters are fresh and contemporary. The plot is topical to today's fascination with dancing television programs. The ... Read full review

Review: The Homicide Hustle: A Ballroom Dance Mystery (A Ballroom Dance Mystery #3)

User Review  - Sylvia McIvers - Goodreads

Oh, the glamorous life of ballroom dancing . Barely there costumes, handsome partners, and the opportunity to be on TV. Oh, the slightly less glamorous life of teaching ballroom dancing – sensible ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Ella Barrick and her husband tried ballroom dancing and had to admit they will not be mistaken for the next Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. They still enjoy spectating at ballroom dance competitions and live in Colorado with their children and pets.

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