Wild Wild Death

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Penguin, Jan 3, 2012 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Her job has been cut, she's low on cash, and her detective sometime- boyfriend refuses to even talk about her ability to see the dead and solve their murders. So Pepper is most certainly down for a vacation to get her spirits up. But when her cute scientist friend Dan is kidnapped, Pepper soon stumbles upon another deadly mystery that brings her to New Mexico. And she's after a clever murderer-one whose idea of Boot Hill has nothing to do with Jimmy Choo.
 

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User Review  - DrLed - LibraryThing

Synopsis: Pepper is bored with unemployment. She's also dissatisfied with Quinn's lack of ability to talk about his near-death experience and his visit to Pepper. And of course, a ghost appears. This ... Read full review

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User Review  - dd196406 - LibraryThing

Just could not get into this book. It had all the things that I like in a book, such as ghosts and pyschics and graveyards. But the story just never caught my attention. Read full review

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Casey Daniels once applied for a job as a tour guide in a cemetery. She didn’t get the job, but she did get the idea for the Pepper Martin Mysteries. Casey learned to love mysteries early, thanks to her father, a Cleveland police detective who enjoyed Sherlock Holmes stories and spent his days off searching for stolen cars, with Casey along for the ride. Later, she read her way through every mystery on the library shelves. Casey has a degree in English and a background in journalism and teaching. She lives in northeast Ohio.

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