Death, Lies, and Apple Pies: A Tori Miracle Mystery

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Cengage Gale, Dec 1, 1997 - Fiction - 325 pages
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Following her debut in "Death Pays the Rose Rent", novelist/amateur sleuth Tori Miracle revisits Lickin Creek in Amish country and finds the small Pennsylvania town and its eccentric residents awash in madness, mayhem and murder. Looking forward to rekindling a romance with the town's good-looking police chief, Tori suspects foul play when a strange rash of accidental deaths breaks out.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Can you imagine? A nuclear waste dump may be the new kid on the block in that apple of God's eye, Lickin Creek, Pennsylvania. Looks like the demonstrators from CANLICK (Citizens Against Nuclear Waste ... Read full review

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Struggling but spunky New York author Tori Miracle returns to Lickin Creek, Pennsylvania (see Death Pays the Rose Rent, LJ 7/94), to visit her long-distance boyfriend, hunky local police chief Garnet ... Read full review


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