Dolled up to Die

Dolled up to Die

A Novel

eBook - 2013
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Baker & Taylor
Summoned to investigate a bizarre shooting attack on a frantic lady's collectible dolls, private investigator Cate Kinkaid struggles to learn the vandal's motives and follows leads to an actual human murder. By the award-winning author of Invisible. Original.

Baker Publishing Group
Cate Kinkaid has learned one thing during her short time as an assistant private investigator: Always find out if the victim actually has human DNA.

Publisher: Grand Rapids, MI : Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group, 2013
ISBN: 9781441242617
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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Aug 03, 2013

PI Cate Kinkaid gives in to the frantic plea for help from a middle-aged woman, Jo-JO, who calls for help after discovering a triple homicide -- the triple homicide of her three precious handmade, life-size dolls. When the police arrive the body of Jo-Jo's ex-husband is discovered in her house, and Jo-Jo becomes the prime suspect. Jo-Jo's ex is the owner of a vineyard and the most expensive restaurant in town, as well as Lodge Hill, a favorite destination for a wedding business. Once Cate gets duped into being a bridesmaid at a wedding to be held at Lodge Hill, she agrees knowing it will put her in a perfect position to check out possible suspects. She is assisted in her exploits by her darling boyfriend, Mitch, and her deaf cat, who seems to have a sixth sense for clues. Numerous suspects abound; the new trophy wife, her ex-husband, her mystic inspired mother, and several employees. When another body is discovered, Cate's sleuthing kicks into high gear. The wedding 'I Do's' and the killer's 'I Did It' are quite the event and Cate puts her investigative abilities to the test.


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