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Murder in the Storybook Cottage

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Storyton Hall, Virginia, is a top travel destination for book lovers and the perfect spot for literary events. But as a children's book publisher hosts a gathering there, some folks aren't going to live—happier ever after or otherwise . . .

Jane Steward's resort is hopping—not only is Peppermint Press's conference in full swing, there are also lots of families staying on the premises, bringing their kids to events like a scavenger hunt through the Fairy Tale Forest.

Then a woman dressed like Little Red Riding Hood is found dead from a plot device straight out of a fairy tale—with a rare and valuable copy of Grimm's Fairy Tales in her basket. Not long after, a second victim is killed, with yet another treasure—a volume by Hans Christian Andersen worth thousands of dollars—nearby. It looks like a big bad wolf may be lurking among the guests, and Jane can't just wait for a handsome prince to come to the rescue . . .

"Readers will find themselves wanting to live in Storyton, no matter how many people end up dead there."Suspense Magazine on Murder in the Locked Library

Visit us at www.kensingtonbooks.com

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Publisher: Kensington Books

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  • ISBN: 9781496715685
  • Release date: April 28, 2020

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  • ISBN: 9781496715685
  • File size: 1571 KB
  • Release date: April 28, 2020

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subjects

Fiction Mystery

Languages

English

Storyton Hall, Virginia, is a top travel destination for book lovers and the perfect spot for literary events. But as a children's book publisher hosts a gathering there, some folks aren't going to live—happier ever after or otherwise . . .

Jane Steward's resort is hopping—not only is Peppermint Press's conference in full swing, there are also lots of families staying on the premises, bringing their kids to events like a scavenger hunt through the Fairy Tale Forest.

Then a woman dressed like Little Red Riding Hood is found dead from a plot device straight out of a fairy tale—with a rare and valuable copy of Grimm's Fairy Tales in her basket. Not long after, a second victim is killed, with yet another treasure—a volume by Hans Christian Andersen worth thousands of dollars—nearby. It looks like a big bad wolf may be lurking among the guests, and Jane can't just wait for a handsome prince to come to the rescue . . .

"Readers will find themselves wanting to live in Storyton, no matter how many people end up dead there."Suspense Magazine on Murder in the Locked Library

Visit us at www.kensingtonbooks.com

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