Double Dealer: A Bert and Nan Tatum Mystery
"If there's anything Nan finds more depressing than approaching forty, it's having to shop for it. Yet, here she is, wandering the biggest flea market in town, hoping to surprise her twin sister, Bert, with a vintage toy from their youth. What she doesn't count on is having Franklin Haggerty, the less-than-friendly antiques dealer, threaten to sue her and her "daughter" for slander. Nan quickly realizes Haggerty must have had a run-in with Bert and her quick-tempered niece, Ellie." "That's right, Bert tells her. She had been shopping for a birthday present for Nan when Ellie spotted Haggerty selling phony antiques for major profit. As far as she's concerned, the cantankerous old fraud should just drop dead. And before you can say "Barbie collectible," Haggerty is on his way to the morgue with a tag on his toe - only this one's marked no sale. To make matters worse, Ellie and her boyfriend, Chris, are the prime murder suspects."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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