A Killing in Antiques

A Killing in Antiques

eBook - 2011
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Treasure hunting is not for the faint of heart. Luckily, Lucy St. Elmo, owner of the Cape Cod antiques shop St. Elmo Fine Antiques, has more than enough heart. What she needs to improve are her tracking skills--or else the wrong man could be convicted of a one-of-a-kind murder.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Obsidian, c2011
ISBN: 9781101547779
1101547774
9781101547045
1101547049
Characteristics: 1 online resource (311 p.)
Call Number: eBook

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I stopped reading this after a short way in - the story line appears somewhat absurd with an unlikable main character. I won't borrow this book again, I imagine.

hgeng63 May 10, 2012

Average cozy. A little dated. Heroine's a little annoying.

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Dec 19, 2011

Goodreads Summary: Treasure hunting is not for the faint of heart. Luckily, Lucy St. Elmo, owner of the Cape Cod antiques shop St. Elmo Fine Antiques, has more than enough heart. What she needs to improve are her tracking skills-or else the wrong man could be convince of a one-of-a-kind murder.

It's time for Brimfield, the largest outdoor antiques and collectibles show in all of New England. This is one event Lucy wouldn't miss for the world. Armed with determination, a keen eye, and her trusty supercart, Lucy is ready to make a killing. But she never expected there would be a killing at Brimfield! Or that the victim would be her longtime friend, well-known antiques picker Monty Rondo- strangled with a strip of lace.

While Brimfield is still buzzing with the news, Monty's partner, Silent Billy, is arrested for the crime. Lucy's certain that Billy is innocent. So while combing the market for treasures, she starts collecting clues to clear her friend's name. But she'll have to work fast to restore his reputation before a killer comes calling her name ...

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