Diamond in the Buff by Susan Dunlap

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After a bizarre attack, a petty feud between neighbors turns serious
Although the citizens of Berkeley are famously tolerant, that progressive attitude disappears at the property line between the homes of Dr. Hasbrouck Diamond and Leila Sandoval. In the Berkeley hills , there are no worse neighbors than Diamond and Sandoval. What began as a tiff about garbage cans and street parking has exploded into full-blown war, drawing in the city, the press, and now—to the irritation of detective Jill Smith—the police department. Struck by a falling eucalyptus branch while sunning on his deck, Dr. Diamond accuses his neighbor of assault with a deadly tree. As a heat wave causes tempers to flare even higher, Jill does her best to referee the back-and-forth. But when their feud ends in death, she realizes that the community might only be safe with the neighbors behind bars.

This ebook features an illustrated biography of Susan Dunlap including rare images from the author’s personal collection.
 

About Susan Dunlap

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Susan Dunlap is the author of nineteen novels and a collection of short stories, and editor of an anthology. She has won Anthony and Macavity awards and has been president of Sisters in Crime. Her day jobs have ranged from teaching Hatha yoga to working on a death penalty defense team. She and her husband live near San Francisco.
 
Published May 8, 2012 by Open Road Media. 184 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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The prospect of a pleasant day with her partner/lover is dashed for California detective Jill Smith when she is called in to investigate a felony assault on a nude, sunbathing dentist who claims he wa

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