Mourning Shift by Kathleen Taylor
(A Tory Bauer Mystery)

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Delphi, South Dakota is a dusty little prairie town, the kind people drive through on their way to bigger cities. But as Tory Bauer, middle-aged, widowed, overweight, cranky waitress might say, “Everything that happens in big towns, happens here too. We just don’t look as good naked.”

In Mourning Shift, the fourth of six mysteries featuring the crew at the Delphi Café, Tory's Halloween is complicated by city-wide celebrations, a dead stranger in the cafe bathroom, the arrival of a stripper who intends to stay, and the loss of a good friend.

About Kathleen Taylor

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Kathleen Taylor is a freelance writer as well as a visiting researcher at the University of Oxford. In 2002 she won two writing competitions run by the Times Higher Education Supplement, one for science writing and one for an essay in the humanities/social sciences. Her books include Brainwashing: The Science of Thought Control (longlisted for an Aventis Prize and translated into eight languages) and Cruelty: Human Evil and the Human Brain.
Published June 4, 2012 by Kathleen Taylor. 234 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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