Death of an Irish Diva
Spring is in the air, but the ladies of the Cumberland Creek Scrapbook Crop hardly have time to stop and smell the roses. Not when famed Irish dancer Emily McGlashen is found murdered in her studio just after the St. Patrick's Day parade--and one of the Crop's own members is the prime suspect.
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Death of an Irish Diva: A Cumberland Creek MysteryUser Review - Teresa L. Jacobsen - Book Verdict
A day after St. Patrick's Day, an attractive Irish dance instructor is murdered; her abrasive personality means several folks have motives. Annie, the small-town journalist (and avid scrapbooker ... Read full review
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