Antiques Maul

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Sep 1, 2008 - Fiction - 416 pages
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After her impossible-but-adorable mother quits the local theater group, Brandy Borne has a brilliant idea for keeping Mother out of trouble: open their own booth at the new antiques mall in town. But things turn grim when a body is found between the cigar-store Indian and the chamber pot. . . The local law believes that normally good-natured Brad Pit Bull, the victim's dog, mauled its owner to death. But Brandy and Mother suspect the hound has been framed. And as Halloween approaches, true terror unmasks itself when Brandy's young son, Jacob, goes missing. Now Brandy and her diva mom are on the hunt to find Jake before a devious killer can maul again. . . Don't Miss Brandy Borne's Tips On Antiques! Praise for Barbara Allan and the Trash 'n' Treasures Mystery Series. . . Cozy mystery fans will love this down-to-earth heroine with the wry sense of humor and a big heart. --Nancy Pickard Fun from start to finish. Dive in and enjoy.--Laurien Berenson on Antiques Roadkill Enormously entertaining. --Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine on Antiques Roadkill A terrific new series. --S. J. Rozan

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Review: Antiques Maul (A Trash 'n' Treasures Mystery #2)

User Review  - April - Goodreads

Cute second installment in the Trash and Treasures series by writing team Barbara Allan. I really enjoy the main character of Brandy and her diabetic blind dog Sushi. I love how Brandy isn't perfect ... Read full review

Review: Antiques Maul (A Trash 'n' Treasures Mystery #2)

User Review  - Curtiss Martin - Goodreads

A delightful story. Her humorous style keeps you entranced to the end. Nove-Noga! Read full review

About the author (2008)

Barbara Allan is the joint pseudonym of acclaimed short story writer Barbara Collins (Too Many Tomcats) and New York Times bestselling mystery novelist Max Allan Collins (Road to Perdition). They live in Iowa in a house filled with trash and treasures. www.maxallancollins.com

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