About this title:
Free-spirited and freshly divorced, fifty-year-old Anne Johnson is living the good life. She spends her days in her luxurious, elegant apartment in Washington, D.C., cuddled up with a book in one hand and a martini in the other. Then, she hears a voice in her head, warning that there'll be a murder in her building in thirty days-and she must prevent it. Anne confides in Mary, the building's large-and-in-charge cleaning woman, and together, they plan a party to ferret out the would-be killer. But if they don't act quickly, the swanky soiree might end up being a goodbye party for both of them.
About the Author:
Josephine Carr, author of The Dewey Decimal System of Love, lives in Washington, D.C., where her college-age son and daughter frequently visit her. She attended school in Kenya and Switzerland, and has degrees in English Literature from Mt. Holyoke College and Bryn Mawr College.
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