Dead man docking : a bed-and-breakfast mystery / Mary Daheim.
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- ISBN: 9780061465680 (electronic bk. : Adobe Reader)
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- Publisher: Pymble, NSW ; HarperCollins e-books, 2007.
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Judith and Renie's dreams of R&R on a deluxe cruise ship are dry-docked when murder occurs at a pre-launch party. But the stabbing death of cruise line owner Magglio Cruz is only the first in a trio of homicides as the cousins prowl the steep streets of San Francisco. They're in good--and bad--company, however. Fellow travelers Rick and Rhoda St. George may be pleasantly plastered, but their eyes aren't blurred to motive, method and mayhem. Along with the ships' Art Deco decor, the St. Georges' breezy 1930's presence (accompanied by their wheezing dog, Asthma) makes Judith and Renie feel as if they're living in a time warp. Of course the cousins will be lucky to be living at all by the time they sort through the suspects.
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