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When an acclaimed scholar and musician is found murdered on the Twombly College campus where her husband teaches chemistry and forensics, Emory Crawford emerges as the most inquisitive, persistent and clever amateur detective since Miss Marple. This cozy mystery is the first book in the Emory Crawford Mysteries Series.
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Pearl R. Meaker is an upper-middle-aged, short, pudgy homemaker, mother, and grandmother who in 2002 decided to be a writer. She grew up in Dearborn, MI., and has lived most of her life in several states across the American Midwest. She and her husband like small-ish towns more than huge cities. Over the years she's worked different jobs in the various places she has lived, but always came back to being at home with her family. She excels in creative fields, such as writing, music, drama, and art, with hobbies including knitting, crochet, calligraphy, origami, needlepoint, embroidery, counted cross-stitch, very amateur bluegrass fiddling, and both foil and sabre fencing.Review:
"The inquisitive and delightful Mrs. Emory Crawford, who uses her intuition and her knitting projects to solve crimes, will surely become a favorite sleuth to cozy mystery fans. Her quirky sidekicks with their interesting peculiarities, along with the locals of this quaint college town in the heartland of America, add touches of humor to this mystery. Classic mystery readers will not be disappointed with The Devil's Music's plot twists and intriguing puzzles in this entertaining whodunit by Pearl R. Meaker." - Chanticleer Reviews, by C. Leeper
The author has done an excellent job creating real people and real relationships, especially Emory's flourishing marriage. It's as fun to watch as any blossoming romance. There's food aplenty, and a milieu so striking that readers will soon feel as though they're right in the thick of things at Twombly College. Overall, an intelligent, insightful story filled with murder and mystery." - Elizabeth Guy, Freelance Author and Professional Editor
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