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A Killer Maize
by Paige Shelton


Overview - Becca Robbins is selling her farm-made jams and preserves at a county fair where business is not the only thing that s dead
The last person Becca expects to run into at the Swayton County Fall Festival is her ex-husband, Scott Triplett, who s operating a shooting gallery.
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Overview
Becca Robbins is selling her farm-made jams and preserves at a county fair where business is not the only thing that s dead
The last person Becca expects to run into at the Swayton County Fall Festival is her ex-husband, Scott Triplett, who s operating a shooting gallery. Honesty was not always Scott s policy, and their unexpected reunion is further complicated when the festival becomes a crime scene. On Becca s second day there, Ferris wheel operator Virgil Morrison is found hanging from his rickety ride, dead from a gunshot.
As Becca starts to notice Scott suspiciously sneaking around the fairgrounds, she begins to worry her ex may be involved in the murder. Then there s the shadow she sees in the creepy corn maze and rumors of a gypsy curse not to mention Virgil s mysterious spider tattoo. Now Becca must search through a labyrinth of lies, secrets, and superstition to find a kernel of truth before the killer starts stalking her."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780425251744
  • ISBN-10: 0425251748
  • Publisher: Berkley Books
  • Publish Date: December 2012
  • Page Count: 304
  • Reading Level: Ages 18-UP

Series: Farmers' Market Mystery #4

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