Murder of a Sleeping Beauty

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Penguin, Apr 1, 2002 - Fiction - 272 pages
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When school psychologist Skye Denison investigates the death of a popular teenager who was cast as Sleeping Beauty in the school play, she uncovers some shocking revelations about prominent Scumble River citizens. And even ever-optimistic Skye knows that in this case, finding the killer won't end this tale happily-end-after...

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The “beauty” is a high-school girl, Lorelei Ingels, who was beauty contest winner, cheerleader, lead actress in the school play and everything enviable a girl could be. When she’s found dead, however ... Read full review


From Bad to Hearse
Waste of Death
Lend a Tear
More Than Meets the
Mind Your Ps and Clues
Sweetness and Slight
Finger in Every
Sin and Bare
Mean with Envy
Gasp at Flaws
If the Clue Fits
Keep a Watchful
Not a Boast of a Chance
Here There and Every Affair
Rages of
Lock Stock and Farewell

Its the Shame of the Game
Cut to the Chick
Hook Line and Stinker
By Look or by Crook
Tryst for the Mill
Shroud and Clear
A Thing of Beauty Is a Toy Forever

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Denise Swanson worked as a school psychologist for more than twenty-two years. She lives in Illinois with her husband, Dave, who is a classical music composer, and their cool black cat, Boomerang.†For more information, visit her website:

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