Antiques Bizarre

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Brava, 2010 - Fiction - 232 pages
9 Reviews
Spring has sprung a major leak in far-from-serene Serenity, as the Mississippi River drops in for an extended stay. With homes and businesses flooded, how better to help the town recover than by staging a church bazaar? Brandy Borne knows her mother Vivian's plan, however, is more likely to lean toward bizarre, especially when she hears Mother wheedle a reclusive Russian heiress into donating the last Faberge egg ever created. When the winning bidder turns up mortally scrambled, Brandy and Mother cook up a plan to crack the case of this killer - who is one seriously bad egg.
 

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User Review  - IamIndeed - LibraryThing

Copied from my review at Amazon a faberge egg, and no prozac this is the 4th book in the series - although I have only read book 2 besides this one. Like Antiques Maul, the story is fast paced and ... Read full review

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User Review  - nolak - LibraryThing

A Faberge egg is to go on sell at a local charity auction in Serenity, but the church scene turns to chaos as the attendees suffer from food poisoning, and the buyer is murdered with his egg missing ... Read full review

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Contents

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II
23
III
45
IV
75
V
93
VI
117
VII
141
VIII
159
IX
181
X
195
XI
211
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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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