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Title:
Triple witch
ISBN:
9780792764014
Edition:
Unabridged.
Publication Information:
North Kingstown, R.I. : BBC Audiobooks America, p2009.
Physical Description:
8 sound discs (9 hr., 25 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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Compact disc.

Unabridged.
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Summary:
Jake Tiptree moves to a small rural town for peace but finds a crime wave instead. Corpses are turning up all over town, and the first victim is the town bad boy and former sweetheart of Jake's friend and fellow sleuth, Ellie. Add a pair of unwelcome arrivals--Jake's ex-husband, and an unscrupulous New York ex-money mogul--and you've got a blueprint for danger.
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Jacobia Tiptree saved her sanity-and her son, Sam-the day she abandoned Wall Street for the seacoast village of Eastport, Maine. In her new home, a charmingly dilapidated fixer-upper, she looks forward to repairing old radiators and restoring antique shutters for years to come. But Jake's hopes of serenity are dashed when tiny Eastport erupts in a crime wave. Hometown bad boy Kenny Mumford-old flame of Jake's best friend and fellow sleuth, Ellie White-is the first victim. When his corpse washes up on the beach at Prince's Cove, all evidence points to a drowning-except the bullet hole in his forehead. When bodies begin littering the Maine scenery, Jake and Ellie learn that the ante on Kenny's small-town antics has been upped. Add a pair of unwelcome arrivals-Jake's ex-husband, and an unscrupulous New York ex-money mogul-and you've got a blueprint for more deadly danger than one old house can hold.


Author Notes

Sarah Graves lives with her husband in Eastport, Maine, in the 1823 Federal-style house that helped inspire her books.

(Publisher Provided) Sarah Graves has been a writer (and a reader!) all her life. She sent her first story to McCall's magazine when she was seven or so. It was about a squirrel lost in the woods. The editors sent a form rejection letter, possibly because it was not very realistic for a squirrel to be lost in the woods. But this began her literary career of getting creatures (especially human creatures) into peril, and letting them figure out how to get themselves out again. She is best known for her Home repair is Homicide Series. Her titles include: Knockdown, Crawlspace, A Face in the Window, and A Bat in the Belfry.

(Bowker Author Biography)


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