At Large by Lynne Murray
(Josephine Fuller Mysteries)

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Josephine Fuller's past catches up with her in At Large:

"Of all the women's job skill centers in all the towns in all the Pacific Northwest, he walks into mine. It had been a rocky week already, and it wasn't Friday yet. It didn't help that no one was buying my best impersonation of a mild-mannered receptionist. Something about this place wasn't quite right. I needed to find out what it was for Mrs. Madrone, so that my wealthy employer could decide whether to award the place a grant. Maybe I had asked too many questions."

At Large, the third book in the series, finds Jo dealing with an on-again off-again romance and encountering two men from her past. Then she finds the dead body of the woman who broke up her marriage, a woman Jo herself wouldn't have minded seeing vanish.

While trying to solve the mystery behind this death Jo has to deal with a haunted apartment, a love denied, and suspicious doings among mountain climbers, social climbers, and horror film buffs. When she herself becomes a suspect, Jo must find the killer while she is still At Large.
 

About Lynne Murray

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Lynne Murray was born in Decatur, Illinois, and grew up in Texas, Alaska, Washington, and Southern California. She now lives in San Francisco. She has published numerous articles in local and national newspapers and magazines and has written and directed a play.
 
Published December 16, 2012 by Pearlsong Press. 288 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When the Drakes fell a number of payments behind, Hill went to collect and found both elephants nervous and frightened, suffering from infected hook wounds (Hill himself controlled them entirely with verbal commands) and foot rot.

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When the Drakes fell a number of payments behind, Hill went to collect and found both elephants nervous and frightened, suffering from infected hook wounds (Hill himself controlled them entirely with verbal commands) and foot rot.

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Once a nightclub accordion player, Arlan Seidon (aka Murray Hill) became an animal handler in middle age, acquiring exotic beasts and booking their appearances across the U.S. His legal troubles began in 1984, when, at age 50, he decided to retire, and sold his trailer rig and two female Asian el...

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When her San Diego patron, Alicia Madrone, asks Jo to look into how Amy Russo, daughter of an old friend, is involved in the spurious-sounding Feather Heart Project, Jo expects the assignment to be simple.

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