Picture Perfect Corpse

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Llewellyn Worldwide, May 1, 2013 - Fiction - 327 pages
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Police detective Chad Detweiler is overjoyed to learn he’s having a baby with Kiki Lowenstein. But when his estranged wife, Brenda, is found shot to death with bullets from his revolver, the proud papa-to-be finds himself up the creek without a lawyer. Meanwhile, Kiki and Dodie Goldfader are in for a surprise when an unidentified young woman bursts into their craft store claiming to have killed Dodie’s son. Embarking on a memorial scrapbook project as a ruse to unravel the facts, Kiki can’t stop herself from wondering if the man she loves is tangled up in murder.

 

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User Review  - Schlyne - LibraryThing

I can't say I cared much for the nurse character. He's necessary, (and I did like him) but in a a storyline way it's a much too apt way of explaining everything that's going for death and dying to the other characters. I kept expecting him to "be the bad guy" or something. Read full review

Review: Picture Perfect Corpse (Kiki Lowenstein Scrap-n-Craft Mystery)

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I enjoy Kiki and find most of these stories fast and fun to read. This one at times felt like a Zentangle advertizement. Overall a good story, but I did skim sometimes just becuase it was too slow. Read full review

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Joanna Campbell Slan (Washington, D.C.) is an international authority in the scrapbooking community. She is the author of over ten books on the subject, and her work has appeared in all of the industry's top magazines. In 2004, Slan founded a contest for scrapbookers in the U.K called "The Best of British Scrapbooking," which still runs today. Additionally, Joanna is one of the early Chicken Soup for the Soul authors, and in 2007, she co-founded Sisters in Crime's Forensic University of St. Louis.

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