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A Shattering Crime (A Stained-Glass Mystery #3)

Jennifer McAndrews

Mass Market

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Description

It’s death by Danish in the newest mystery from the national bestselling author of Death Under Glass, featuring stained-glass enthusiast and amateur sleuth Georgia Kelly.
 
Life in Wenwood, New York, sparkles for Georgia, but for one of her neighbors, it’s about to lose its luster...
 
Georgia’s day-to-day routine finally seems to be lining up. Stained-glass projects in the morning, clerical work for a law office in the afternoon, and waitressing in the evening. Best of all she gets to spend relaxing Sundays with her new boyfriend. But that comfortable pattern is about to be broken.
 
First Georgia’s cat goes into heat and literally disturbs the peace. Then Georgia’s mother drops in for a visit with her new husband in tow. But everything falls to pieces after a local activist is found dead from a poisoned danish. Authorities quickly put the heat on Rozelle, owner of the local bakery, but no one in town believes Rozelle capable of murder. Now it’s up to Georgia to crack the case and foil the real killer’s plans before the tranquility of Wenwood is shattered.


Praise For A Shattering Crime (A Stained-Glass Mystery #3)

Praise for the national bestselling Stained-Glass Mysteries
 
“Full of small-town chicanery, charming characters, and a plot that kept me guessing. Georgia Kelly is an adorable heroine whose clever wit and humor made me laugh out loud!”—Jenn McKinlay, New York Times bestselling author of Vanilla Beaned
 
“Georgia Kelly is a plucky heroine whose love of stained glass, kittens, and her grandfather will draw you in and keep you turning pages.”—Nancy J. Parra, author of Newlywed Dead
 
“A stunning mystery…A great whodunit…Cleverly crafted…Kept me on the edge of my seat.”—Cozy Mystery Book Review

Berkley, 9780425267974, 304pp.

Publication Date: June 7, 2016



About the Author

Jennifer McAndrews is the national bestselling author of the Stained-Glass Mysteries, featuring Death Under Glass and Ill-Gotten Panes. Her love of mystery began in middle school, and despite the occasional foray into romance fiction, she is happiest when weaving puzzles on the page and leaving a trail of clues for the reader to follow. She resides in the greater New York metro area with her husband, children, four cats, and three rescue dogs.