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Dead-end job mystery series ; 09.
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  • ISBN: 9780451229892
  • ISBN: 0451229894
  • Physical Description: print
    viii, 261 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : New American Library, [2010]

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General Note: Series numeration from NoveList.
"An Obsidian mystery."
Summary, etc.: Tired of living life on the lam, Helen Hawthorne goes back to St. Louis to clear her name of alimony evasion so she can finally marry the man she loves. But she still has to pay the bills, even if it means working at a consignment shop where the designer duds are to die for--literally. Secondhand clothes. First-degree murder. At Snapdragon, the high-end designer consignment shop, Helen is at the beck and call of snobby--yet frugal--customers. That alone is a deadly combination, but the sellers of the drool-worthy fashions can be even more high maintenance. Especially Chrissy, who comes in with a purse to sell and ends up screaming it out with her own husband and another customer. If Helen didn't have a greedy ex-husband demanding more money and a mother in a Florida nursing home, she'd be hanging up her cash register. But when Chrissy is found dead in a dressing room with a hand-painted scarf around her neck, Helen goes from being low on society's totem pole to high on the police's suspect list.
Subject: Hawthorne, Helen (Fictitious character) Fiction
Fugitives from justice Fiction
Women detectives Florida Fort Lauderdale Fiction
Consignment sale shops Missouri Saint Louis Fiction
Saint Louis (Mo.) Fiction
Genre: Mystery fiction.
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