Death Takes a Hand by Susan Moody

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While attending a Winter Bridge Weekend at a country hotel, former biology professor and professional bridge instructor Cassie Swann discovers the bodies of three of her students and steps in to investigate.

About Susan Moody

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Susan Moody grew up in Oxford and now divides her time between England and France. She is a former Chairman of the Crime Writer's Association, served as World President of the International Association of Crime Writers, and was elected to the prestigious Detection Club. She is the author of numerous crime novels, including the Penny Wanawake and Cassie Swann mystery series.
Published January 1, 1994 by Otto Penzler Books. 296 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Cassie Swan, divorced and formerly a biology teacher, has in six years built a new career as a bridge instructor.

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Cassie, a constant dieter cursed with a Rubenesque form and no luck in love, considers the guests who assembled at the welcoming party the night before, but she can't imagine who might have wielded the blunt instrument that did in the spiteful Sonia Wetherhead (the elderly Colonel and Mrs. Plumpt...

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