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!
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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.May 08 2011 | Read Full Review of Make, Take, Murder (A Kiki Lo...
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.Aug 08 2011 | Read Full Review of Make, Take, Murder (A Kiki Lo...
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