The Trouble With Thin Ice by Camilla T. Crespi
(Simona Griffo Mysteries)

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While attending the Connecticut wedding of her friend with her new lover, Greenhouse, and his recalcitrant teenaged son, Willy, Simona must do some sleuthing when Elizabeth Dobson, the owner of a Frank Lloyd Wright house, is murdered.
 

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Published January 1, 1994 by Harpercollins. 273 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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 Dragged to the hills of Connecticut for the wedding of her lover Stanley Greenhouse's friend Kesho Larson, Italian import Simona Griffo finds one rude awakening after another.

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Brisk and continuously engaging, this mystery is the hardcover debut of amateur sleuth Simona Griffo, seen before in The Trouble with a Small Raise , etc . An Italian transplant living in Greenwich Vi

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Family problems lure Greenwich Village-based Roman expatriate Simona Griffo, last seen in The Trouble with Thin Ice, back to Rome, when her mother, Olga, leaves her husband to stay with a friend, art teacher Mirella Monti.

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Crespi ( The Trouble with a Small Raise ) offers her engaging third tale featuring Simona Griffo--a self-deprecating, slightly overweight, pasta-cooking advertising exec who has a habit of stumbling upon gory murders.

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