Murder of a Stacked Librarian: A Scumble River Mystery

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SIGNET, Sep 3, 2013 - Fiction - 272 pages
17 Reviews

There's no place like Scumble River at Christmastime, and this year, school psychologist Skye Denison has twice as much to celebrate?and to do. In addition to the usual holiday frenzy, Skye's wedding to police chief Wally Boyd is less than a week away?that is, if the groom isn't too busy working to attend. The town's sexy new librarian, Yvonne Osborn, has just been murdered, and the list of suspects is piling up faster than late fees on an overdue book.

Yvonne's strict sense of right and wrong annoyed some townspeople and infuriated others. Did her high standards lead to her death? Skye is distracted by worries about what havoc the crazy Dooziers will wreak on her wedding day and whether she'll fit into her dress. But Skye can't afford to leave any page unturned because unless she works quickly to expose the scheming killer, her happy ending may be put on permanent hold.?

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Review: Murder of a Stacked Librarian (A Scumble River Mystery #16)

User Review  - Beth Britnell - Goodreads

Dreadful. A fairly good mystery was found buried in a mountain of exposition, tedious detail, and the relentlessly dull minutia of the heroine's life. If she so much as scratched her nose, that detail ... Read full review

Review: Murder of a Stacked Librarian (A Scumble River Mystery #16)

User Review  - Goodreads

Dreadful. A fairly good mystery was found buried in a mountain of exposition, tedious detail, and the relentlessly dull minutia of the heroine's life. If she so much as scratched her nose, that detail ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Denise Swanson is the New York Times bestselling author of the Scumble River and Devereaux's Dime Store mystery series. She worked as a school psychologist for twenty-two years before quitting to write full-time. She lives in Illinois with her husband, classical composer David Stybr, and their cool black cat, Boomerang.

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