Scrapped by Mollie Cox Bryan
(A Cumberland Creek Mystery)

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The ladies of the Cumberland Scrapbook Crop are welcoming an eccentric newbie into their fold. A self-proclaimed witch, Cookie Crandall can whip up a sumptuous vegan meal and rhapsodize about runes and moon phases with equal aplomb. She becomes fast friends with her fellow scrapbookers, including freelance reporter Annie, with whom she shares shallow roots in a community of established family trees. So when Cookie becomes the prime suspect in a series of bizarre murders, the croppers get scrappy and set out to clear her name. . .

Annie starts digging and discovers that the victims each had strange runic patterns carved on their bodies--a piece of evidence that points the police in Cookie's direction. Even her friends begin to doubt her innocence when they find an ornate, spiritual scrapbook that an alleged beginner like Cookie could never have crafted. As Annie and the croppers search for answers, they'll uncover a shockingly wicked side of their once quiet town--and a killer on the prowl for another victim. . .

"Intriguing characters, eerie happenings. . .kept me guessing 'til the end." --Clare O'Donohue*

Praise for Scrapbook of Secrets

"Crafty cozy. . .introduces some dandy characters that will spin off well as the series unfolds." --Library Journal

"A font of ingenuity. . .superb entertainment." --Mystery Scene magazine

*on Scrapbook of Secrets

Includes tips and a glossary of terms for the modern scrapbooker!

 

About Mollie Cox Bryan

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An award-winning writer and poet, MOLLIE COX BRYAN is a parenting columnist for a local newspaper in Staunton, Virginia, and is a frequent contributor to
 
Published January 1, 2013 by Kensington Books. 353 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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