Moving Is Murder

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Kensington Books, 2007 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Moving four times in five years has honed Ellie's considerable skills. But unpacking with a newborn daughter, record-breaking heat wave, and the realization that their dream neighborhood is known as Base Housing East is enough to make her turn to chocolate for comfort. She and her husband, Mitch, moved off-base for privacy. Now half of their neighbors are with the 52nd Air Refueling Squadron. Driving home from her first squadron barbecue, Ellie finds neighborhood environment activist Cass Vincent dead on the side of the road. The police call it an accident--"but Ellie's not so sure. She saw Cass argue violently at the barbecue with Mitch's buddy Jeff...and it just so happens Jeff knows a lot about bee-keeping. Hoping to clear Jeff' name before the police suspect him, Ellie starts snooping in earnest. What she finds shocks her. But what's the connection to Cass? When suspicious accidents start happening in her own backyard, Ellie realizes she's getting closer to the killer...may be too close!
 

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User Review  - cathyskye - LibraryThing

First Line: Light bled across the horizon, but it was still night below the towering pines where the figure in black slipped up the driveway toward the slumbering house and slithered under the parked ... Read full review

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User Review  - tjsjohanna - LibraryThing

Ellie is an appealing heroine - new mom coping with another military move, community volunteerism (albeit forced!) and the occasional random murder! The moving tips are smart and the mystery itself has lots of twists and turns, which made the story a quick read. Read full review

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