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A Fitting End

A Magical Dressmaking Mystery (A Dressmaker's Mystery #2)

Melissa Bourbon

Mass Market

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

Former Manhattan fashion designer Harlow Jane Cassidy has a gift for creating beautiful dresses. But when Harlow becomes the prime suspect in a murder investigation, she’ll need more than her sewing skills to unravel the mystery…
 
Business is booming at Harlow’s custom dressmaking boutique, Buttons & Bows, even with the presence of her great-grandmother’s ghost hanging around the shop. But thanks to the fast approaching Margaret Moffette Lea Pageant and Ball, Harlow has her work cut out for her when Mrs. James hires her to make her granddaughter’s pageant gown.
 
With the debutante ball getting the whole town of Bliss, Texas, into a tizzy, Harlow knows her dress has to be perfect. But when a local golf pro is found stabbed to death with dressmaking shears, the new deputy thinks Harlow and Mrs. James conspired to commit the crime. Now, Harlow has to finish the dress on time and clear her name, before the next outfit she designs is a prison jumpsuit…


Praise For A Fitting End: A Magical Dressmaking Mystery (A Dressmaker's Mystery #2)

Praise for the Magical Dressmaking Mysteries
 
“Fashion and foul play—all sewn together by a wise and witty heroine.”—Award-Winning Author Hank Phillippi Ryan
 
“[This] series will keep you on pins and needles.”—National Bestselling Author Mary Kennedy

“A seamless blend of mystery, magic, and dressmaking.”—National Bestselling Author Jennie Bentley

“As much humor, magic, and fashion as any reader could ever desire.”—Kings River Life Magazine

Berkley, 9780451236142, 320pp.

Publication Date: February 7, 2012



About the Author

Melissa Bourbon, the author of the Magical Dressmaking Mysteries (A Seamless MurderA Killing NotionA Custom-Fit CrimeDeadly Patterns), sometimes answers to her Latina-by-marriage name, Misa Ramirez. She gave up teaching middle and high school kids in northern California to write full-time amid horses and Longhorns in north Texas. She fantasizes about spending summers writing in quaint, cozy locales, has a love-hate relationship with yoga and chocolate, is devoted to her family, and can’t believe she’s lucky enough to be living the life of her dreams.