By Ellery Adams
Within the small coastal city of Oyster Bay, North Carolina, you will find lots of characters, ne'er-do-wells, and even a number of celebs attempting to duck the paparazzi. but if homicide joins this curious neighborhood, the Bayside e-book Writers are there to get the story... Olivia Limoges is the topic of continuing gossip. Ever due to the fact that she got here again to town-a go back as mysterious as her departure-Olivia has saved to herself, her puppy, and her unfinished novel. With a bit cajoling from the eminently captivating author Camden Ford, she is of the same opinion to hitch the Bayside publication Writers, holiday her writer's block, or even make a number of friends... but if townspeople commence turning up useless with haiku poems left by way of the our bodies, somebody with an aptitude for language is all at once suspect. And it is as much as Olivia to trap the killer earlier than she meets her personal shock finishing. Watch a Video
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She was a pretty woman—small-framed and smooth-skinned, with hair the color of sunlit wheat, but her face was discolored and puffy, indicating a consistent lack of sleep. “Go on, Laurel, my dear. I sense we’re nearing the juicy part,” a middle-aged man with carefully gelled hair, a peach silk shirt, and finely manicured hands urged. “Maureen knew she should back away from the door but the stranger’s movements were hypnotizing. His hand, which resembled the calloused palm of a man engaged in trade, not the smooth, pampered hands belonging to a gentleman, eased apart my lady’s bodice.
Names, characters, places, andincidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, business establishments, events, or locales is entirely coincidental. The publisher does not have any control over and does not assume any responsibility for author or third-party websites or their content. A KILLER PLOT A Berkley Prime Crime Book / published by arrangement with the author PRINTING HISTORY Berkley Prime Crime mass-market edition / June 2010 Copyright © 2010 by Ellery Adams.
And will your supple slave girl be making her debut at our meeting? Kamila, Queen of the Harem! ” He chuckled wickedly. Olivia smiled at the other end of the phone. Ever since she’d put on her mother’s necklace and awoke each morning to the sounds of hammering, nail guns, shouting, swearing, and salsa music coming from the crew working on the lighthouse keeper’s cottage, she’d felt lighter in spirit than she had in years, but there were limits to how much change she could handle at once. “I think I’ll stick to eavesdropping,” she replied, though part of her longed to take a risk and open her work up to criticism.
A Killer Plot (A Books by the Bay Mystery 01) by Ellery Adams