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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Death, lies, and apple pies: a Tori Miracle mystery

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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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This book seemed to drag along. The murderer was not the person I wanted it to be. Disappointing read for me. Read full review


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