Death is a Cabaret by Deborah Morgan
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Since Jeff Talbot left the FBI, he's been investigating yard sales as a professional antiques picker. From furniture to books, from old clothes to broken toys, nothing escapes his keen eye for appraisal. But there is one item that he always keeps his knowing eyes particularly peeled to find: a one-of-a-kind French cabaret set commissioned by Napolean for his love, Josephine. It is an item any collector would kill for. Read by Read McColm Length: 6.5 hours

About Deborah Morgan

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Morgan was managing editor of a biweekly newspaper before moving to Michigan.
Published February 1, 2002 by Thorndike Press. 317 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Crime. Fiction

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First-time author Morgan craftily draws Jeffery Talbot as a quick-witted, Seattle-based retired FBI agent who's turned his passion for antiques into a lucrative business by becoming a Picker, an antique hunter who tracks down specific items for collectors.

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