Murder at Metrolina

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Bella Books, Mar 21, 2017 - Fiction - 240 pages
Artist Amanda Rittenhouse is a genius at refashioning old twisted metal into unique sculpture. But the twists of fate in her own life are a lot more challenging. Recovering from a devastating breakup, she returns to North Carolina and reconnects with the family she hasn't seen since she left her dysfunctional home when she turned 18.

Despite dealing with some residual mama drama and a new extended family, Amanda decides to stay and try to refashion her own life. She rents a workspace and booth at Metrolina Tradeshow Expo, one of the largest arts and antiques shows in the country. The other tenants are as varied as their wares and run the gamut from kooky to creepy.

Although Amanda's mom's skill as an amateur sleuth has earned her the local reputation as "a crime scene waiting to happen," the biggest mystery in Amanda's life right now is whether or not the incredibly attractive sister of one of the other exhibitors is straight. Until one of the exhibitors makes a sensational announcement that turns Metrolina's opening weekend into chaos on steroids. And exposes its dark underbelly of greed, jealousy...and murder.

An Amanda Rittenhouse Mystery Book 1.

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About the author (2017)

Kate Merrill is an art gallery owner and real estate broker with a lifelong passion for writing. She lives with her family on a lake in North Carolina. When she is not writing, working with the art community, or selling real estate, she enjoys swimming, boating, and allowing her two strong-headed Golden Retrievers to take her for a walk.

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