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Miss Zukas and the Library Murders (Beeler Large Print Mystery Series)

Dereske, Jo

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ISBN 10: 1574905112 / ISBN 13: 9781574905113
Published by Thomas T Beeler, 2003
Used Condition: Used: Good Hardcover
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Title: Miss Zukas and the Library Murders (Beeler ...

Publisher: Thomas T Beeler

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Used: Good

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When a dead body turns up right in the mid le of the fiction stacks, the police are baffled. But Helma Zukas, who never fails to make note of the slightest deviation from the norm of everyday life, is tracking some baffling questions of her own. With the help of her not-so-proper best friend, Ruth, a six-foot-tall bohemian artist with a nose for gossip and a penchant for getting into trouble, the two are soon in hot pursuit of the truth... and getting lose enough to find they're about to become the killer's next victims.

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Jo Dereske grew up in western Michigan, and is a former librarian who now lives in the northwestern corner of Washington State.

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