Death Among the Singles by LUCY HORWITZ

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"This delightful mystery explores the Boston singles scene of the 1980's. We visit restaurants, bars, and clubs at which the characters meet, mingle, and commit murder. Here Margot, a programmer working during the early days of the computer revolution, applies her problem solving skills to a different kind of problem – the mysterious death of her friend’s lover. In the process, she is distracted from her previous total immersion in work and develops some romantic interests of her own.

The late Sarah Caudwell, reading the manuscript some years ago, “enjoyed it very much” and “found the solution exceptionally convincing.” Jane Langdon wrote “[Margot] deserves to be out in the world, receiving praise.”
This delightful mystery explores the Boston singles scene of the 1980's. We visit restaurants, bars, and clubs at which the characters meet, mingle, and commit murder. Here Margot, a programmer working during the early days of the computer revolution, applies her problem solving skills to a different kind of problem – the mysterious death of her friend’s lover. In the process, she is distracted from her previous total immersion in work and develops some romantic interests of her own.

The late Sarah Caudwell, reading the manuscript some years ago, “enjoyed it very much” and “found the solution exceptionally convincing.” Jane Langdon wrote “[Margot] deserves to be out in the world, receiving praise.”
This delightful mystery explores the Boston singles scene of the 1980's. We visit restaurants, bars, and clubs at which the characters meet, mingle, and commit murder. Here Margot, a programmer working during the early days of the computer revolution, applies her problem solving skills to a different kind of problem – the mysterious death of her friend’s lover. In the process, she is distracted from her previous total immersion in work and develops some romantic interests of her own.

The late Sarah Caudwell, reading the manuscript some years ago, “enjoyed it very much” and “found the solution exceptionally convincing.” Jane Langdon wrote “[Margot] deserves to be out in the world, receiving praise.”
This delightful mystery explores the Boston singles scene of the 1980's. We visit restaurants, bars, and clubs at which the characters meet, mingle, and commit murder. Here Margot, a programmer working during the early days of the computer revolution, applies her problem solving skills to a different kind of problem – the mysterious death of her friend’s lover. In the process, she is distracted from her previous total immersion in work and develops some romantic interests of her own.

The late Sarah Caudwell, reading the manuscript some years ago, “enjoyed it very much” and “found the solution exceptionally convincing.” Jane Langdon wrote “[Margot] deserves to be out in the world, receiving praise.”
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Published December 20, 2006 by Xlibris. 248 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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