Book #1 in the Kiki Lowenstein Mystery Series Every scrapbook tells a story. Memories of friends, family...and murder? Mousy housewife Kiki Lowenstein has two great loves: scrapbooking and her young daughter, Anya. But her happy family album is ruined when her husband, George, is found naked and dead in a hotel room. Kiki's scissor-sharp words make her the prime suspect. As Kiki tracks down George's murderer, she discovers his sordid secret life. supported by her loyal friends, along with a little help (and a lot of stomach flutters) from the dashing Detective Detweiler, can Kiki design a new life for herself and Anya?
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My books are repositories for all of my favorite things in life--and blessedly, there are many. The Gilbert's Bar House of Refuge is one of these. Until I visited I had no idea such places existed. I had never stopped to consider the fate of a person who was shipwrecked on the nearly uninhabited coast of Florida in the mid-1800s. I hope I've brought this place alive in my readers' minds.
One of my friends, Amy G., and her kids were accosted last Halloween. When I heard her story, I couldn't help but feel a chill. To be threatened like that when you were with your children? Ugh. In real life, Amy and her kids escaped harm, and the young thugs were caught. In my story...well, you'll have to read it.
We tend to think the oddest, silliest thoughts. That's what Cara and Sam do here. I suspect it's our mind's way of distancing us from the crisis at hand.
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