Make, Take, Murder by Joanna Campbell Slan
(A Kiki Lowenstein Scrap-N-Craft Mystery)

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Dumpster diving for her lost paycheck is definitely the low point of Kiki Lowenstein's day—that is, until she finds a severed leg thrown in with the trash. Who'd toss a body part in the garbage outside the scrapbook crafts store where Kiki works?

Accompanying the grisly "gift" is a creepy computerized voice message, a warning to the store's "rich and snotty" female shoppers. Kiki soon discovers that the leg belonged to Cindy Gambrowski, a customer with a tyrannical and violent husband—who's now harassing Kiki. Combing through Cindy's scrapbook projects for hidden clues, Kiki tries to find the killer. Was it a crime of marital malice, or did someone else beat Cindy's husband to the punch?

Includes holiday-themed projects and recipes!





About Joanna Campbell Slan

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Joanna Campbell Slan (Washington, D.C.) is an international authority in the scrapbooking community. She is the author of over ten books on the subject, and her work has appeared in all of the industry's top magazines. In 2004, Slan founded a contest for scrapbookers in the U.K called "The Best of British Scrapbooking," which still runs today. Additionally, Joanna is one of the early Chicken Soup for the Soul authors, and in 2007, she co-founded Sisters in Crime's Forensic University of St. Louis.
Published May 8, 2011 by MIDNIGHT INK. 348 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Since her husband was murdered, Kiki is used to threatening messages, but her anal-retentive co-owner Bama faints when the detectives show them a threatening note also retrieved from the dumpster.

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With the sub-genre mystery market saturated with crafting mysteries that are about as interesting as paint drying in a moldy basement, Campbell-Slan is a stellar standout brilliantly glistening like a sapphire under a warm Tuscan sky in mid July.

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