Nancy Noire's a sharp attorney. She's smart, beautiful and dresses well. She s also the best Deputy District Attorney in the fictional city of Hawthorne, Washington. Her boyfriend Jack is a successful architect. They both are incredibly busy, but not too busy to have dinner (and do more) every Thursday night. It's a great arrangement, until the night she goes to Jack's apartment and discovers a body on the floor. And no Jack. If Jack didn't do it, who did? The sleazy nightclub owner? Jack's business partner? Who else? Nancy sets out to clear Jack's name, despite the lack of clues and harassment from a hostile police detective. It's a fast, fun read, with many elements of a classic detective story as well as modern touches. Nancy is a new heroine for our times.
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Patricia E. Canterbury is an award winning novelist, short story writer and poet. She writes in many genres, including midgrade mysteries, such as The Poplar Cove Mysteries ( The Secret of St. Gabriel's Tower) and the Delta Mysteries ( Carlotta's Secret). She was co-editor of Capital Crimes: 15 Tales by Sacramento Area Authors, the first anthology of Sisters in Crime, Sacramento chapter. Every Thursday is her first adult mystery.
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Book Description Willow Valley Press, 2009. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0976269767
Book Description Willow Valley Press, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 237 pages. 6.70x4.20x0.70 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 0976269767