Murder in a Basket

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Thorndike Press, 2012 - Fiction - 411 pages
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"College librarian and struggling artist India Hayes isn't sure how she was talked into running a face-painting booth at the Founders' Day Festival. But there she is in gingham dress and mobcap, on a chilly late October day. Then india discovers the body of basket weaver Tess Ross on the grounds. Tess leaves behind an angry blacksmith husband, greedy siblings, a dysfunctional artists' co-op, and a chocolate labradoodle with a two-million-dollar trust fund, and a confused adopted son who begs India to investigate his mother's murder" -- Cover verso.

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Amanda Flower is an Agatha Award-nominated mystery author (Maid of Murder), who first caught the writing bug in elementary school. She is also the author of Andi Unexpected, the Andi Boggs series, Appleseed Creek and the India Hayes series. When she s not writing, she works as a librarian at Ursuline College near her hometown of Tallmadge, Ohio. Visit her online at www.amandaflower.com and www.isabellaalan.com.

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