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by Patricia Sprinkle

Death of a Dunwoody Matron download ebook
ISBN:
038542485X
ISBN13:
978-0385424851
Author:
Patricia Sprinkle
Publisher:
Doubleday; 1st edition (April 1, 1993)
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Pages:
259 pages
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1126 kb
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1241 kb
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Category:
Mystery
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Rating:
4.9

Patricia Sprinkle is a phenomenal writer, and I especially enjoyed this and the other Sheila Travis book - "A Murder Bred in Buckhead

Patricia Sprinkle is a phenomenal writer, and I especially enjoyed this and the other Sheila Travis book - "A Murder Bred in Buckhead. Both books offer great intrigue and excellent character development. If I had it to do over, I would have read this book before I read "A Murder Bred in Buckhead," just for the chronological understanding of the events.

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What does a Dunwoody matron wear to a funeral? . The murder of a wealthy suburbanite leads to interesting revelations about the rich surburban wife and Sheila Travis meets a mysterious and handsome man during the investigation. This is a quick and interesting read.

What does a Dunwoody matron wear to a funeral? Her black tennis dress.

Days later, Yvonne is found by Walter, stabbed to death in their guest room. Walter's the prime suspect of icy Police Captain Drake. Sheila, of course, knows he's innocent and takes his small stepson Forbes to stay with Aunt Mary and her faithful retainer Mildred. Walter's father is an old friend of Mary's).

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A teenage girl has been missing from her Montgomery, Alabama, home for six weeks. She may be a runaway, a crime victim, or both.

Years ago, a dark cloud moved over the small town of Hopemore, Georgia, after the murder of a little girl. One man was sent to prison for life-and two young boys were changed forever. Eventually, the skies cleared-and although the tragedy left its mark, the folks in Hopemore settled back into their routines. A teenage girl has been missing from her Montgomery, Alabama, home for six weeks. What’s amazing is other people’s lack of concern. Just one person cares that she’s gone: a spunky amateur sleuth on the sunset end of sixty.

Author Patricia Sprinkle. Books by Patricia Sprinkle: Death On the Family Tree. 10 9. 10. When Did We Lose Harriet? ., 10. Sins of the Fathers.

And he added: If the girl asks for anything, come to me directly, come without hesitation and tell me what she needs. He also added that Matrona would take up his place and would even foretell his death. And it did happen so. One night Matrona told her mother that Fr. Vasily had died. The surprised and frightened parents rushed to the priest’s house. On their coming they saw that, indeed, he had just passed away. There was a mark on St. Matrona’s body that showed that the girl was God’ chosen one.

When the much-hated young wife of a dear friend is murdered, publicist Sheila Travis investigates the woman's past and discovers that the woman left behind a string of dead husbands.
Reviews:
  • Yramede
Re-read them in order after years and still enjoyed the plot, character, and development of storyline.
  • Lesesshe
I always enjoy Patricia Sprinkle. They are both funny and entertaining.
  • Zehaffy
Patricia Sprinkle is a phenomenal writer, and I especially enjoyed this and the other Sheila Travis book - "A Murder Bred in Buckhead." Both books offer great intrigue and excellent character development. If I had it to do over, I would have read this book before I read "A Murder Bred in Buckhead," just for the chronological understanding of the events. Both books are excellent, and I'm sorry that she hasn't written more Sheila Travis mysteries!
  • Fecage
Patricia Sprinkle is one of my favorite authors. This was a good story as usual. However, I did find a few editing problems with words run together probably going from printed book to kindle. I have noticed this on a few other books I have read. I rated it on the story written and am looking forward to reading more of her books.
  • Cktiell
good read
  • Xcorn
Light reading but delightful.
  • Kuve
This Sprinkle mystery was somewhat of a disappointment. I found the villain (perpetrator) wooden and contrived. Not up to Sprinkle's usual good read.
I have read all of Patricia Sprinkle's 'Sheila Travis mysteries'.
They are well thought out, have believable, well rounded characters, and drip Southern atmosphere.
Very enjoyable.