Murder Talks Turkey

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Midnight Ink, 2008 - Fiction - 254 pages
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It's finally spring in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, and the locals have only one thing on their minds—the turkey-hunting opener.

But for sheer adrenaline value, not even turkey season can compete with the local Credit Union getting held up at gunpoint. Committing a robbery in a town where everyone is armed for combat is not the smartest thing to do, and the gunman is shot dead right there in the Stonely Credit Union lobby. The only problem is, in a room full of camo-wearing, heat-packing witnesses, the stolen money has mysteriously vanished.

Faster than you can say "Tom Turkey," Gertie, Cora Mae, and Kitty are on the case in this hoot of a whodunit.

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MURDER TALKS TURKEY

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A cheating husband, a bumbling bank robber, a series of murders—what more could a fledgling private eye want?Gertie Johnson, head of the Trouble Buster Investigative Company, and her partner Cora Mae ... Read full review

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User Review  - madamejeanie - LibraryThing

When 66 year old widow Gertie Johnson and her friend Cora Mae are in line at the credit union, waiting to cash their Social Security checks on that blustery cold April day, the last thing they thought ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Deb Baker (Wisconsin) grew up in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. She is a member of Sisters In Crime, Mystery Writers of America, and the International Sled Dog Association, where she actively races sled dogs. Her short stories have appeared in many literary journals, including Passages North and Room of One's Own. Her debut novel, Murder Passes the Buck, won Best of Show in the Authorlink 2003 New Author Awards Competition.

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