NYC: Murder Brooklyn Style by Loraine Scott

October 22, 2011 | 0 Comments

Summer is back and it’s hotter than ever!

Sister Winter wants to leave a small token of her regard to the recently deceased Raul French, but when she returns to the viewing room she is started to find that his arm has been moved. Then she notices that the gold wedding band she and Elder Winter had forced onto Raul’s corpulent pinkie is missing. Where could it be? Had the bratwurst arm they had so tenderly folded across Raul’s chest moved on its own?


Mustering her courage, Sister Winter hefts up the sleeve of the borrowed suit. Not willing to trust what she sees, Sister Winter looks again. Yep, still there—another arm. In life, Raul French had only the customary two arms. Now, it seems, there are at least three!

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Title: NYC: Murder Brooklyn Style (A Summer Winter Mystery)

Author: Loraine Scott

Publisher: American Fork Arts Council Press

Release Date: October 13, 2011

ISBN: 978-1605740034

Size: 308 pages, 6×9, paperback

Genre: Cozy Mystery

Series: NYC: A Mission To Die For (book 1)


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