Most Likely to Murder by Carole B. Shmurak
A Susan Lombardi Mystery

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What high school class has a thirty-two year reunion? A class whose president has left the country, whose vice president is dead, and whose treasurer is in the Witness Protection program - in fact, Professor Susan Lombardi’s class from Count Basie High School. Susan has misgivings about revisiting her hometown: she’s leery of seeing her former high school sweetheart, now a high tech millionaire, and reluctant to get involved in a battle between her squabbling brothers. But when she does go, one of her “old gang” ends up dead, and Susan and her friends team up to find the classmate Most Likely to Murder.

“Carole Shmurak has created a lovable and memorable character in Susan Lombardi.”
– Ceil Carey, The Cozy Library

“This is a great cozy series that I highly recommend.”
– Kim Reis, Mystery Morgue

“A big part of why I really like Carole Shmurak’s Susan Lombardi mysteries is how real they feel. They’re filled with unique but highly believable real world people.”
– Kim Malo,

About Carole B. Shmurak

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Dr. Carole Shmurak is Professor Emerita at Central Connecticut State University and the author of eleven books. Deadmistress, her first mystery featuring professor/sleuth Susan Lombardi, was named a Notable Book of 2004 by Writers Notes Magazine. Other Lombardi mysteries include Death by Committee, Death at Hilliard High, and Most Likely to Murder As Carroll Thomas, she co-authored the Matty Trescott novels, one of which (Ring Out Wild Bells) was nominated for the Agatha for best YA mystery of 2001.
Published May 17, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 184 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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