Evening Bags and Executions by Dorothy Howell
(A Haley Randolph Mystery)

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Haley seems little more than a handbag-obsessed retail worker, but in the end her fashion tastes and grating verbal tics...prove less important than her deft ability to size people up, which makes for an unlikely but engaging sleuth.
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Hayley Randolph, newly single fashionista and occasional sleuth, has landed a job planning events for big-deal Hollywood clients. But her new boss sets her up for disaster by putting her in charge of a complicated Beatles-themed charity bash.
 

About Dorothy Howell

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DOROTHY J. HOWELL, currently an adjunct visiting professor at Vermont Law School and a visiting professor at Franklin Pierce Law School, is a freelance counsel whose areas of special interest include intellectual property and environmental law. The subject of legal protection for fictional characters is a specialty of Professor Howell's, as she is the author of several novels as well as scholarly materials for a variety of professional audiences.
 
Published June 25, 2013 by Kensington. 288 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on May 06 2013

Haley seems little more than a handbag-obsessed retail worker, but in the end her fashion tastes and grating verbal tics...prove less important than her deft ability to size people up, which makes for an unlikely but engaging sleuth.

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