Scrapbook of the Dead (A Cumberland Creek Mystery #5) (Mass Market)

By Mollie Cox Bryan

Kensington, 9780758293589, 304pp.

Publication Date: September 29, 2015

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

Halloween means spooky scrapbooks for the Cumberland Creek Scrapbook Crop, but what's been happening around town is truly frightening. First a dead woman is found in the freezer at Pamela's Pie Palace, and the next day a second woman is found murdered by the river. Reporter Annie Chamovitz learns the victims were sisters and is certain their deaths are linked. Most bizarre of all, both women were found clutching scrapbook pages.

As their Saturday night crop quickly becomes an opportunity to puzzle out the murders, the ladies begin to wonder if Pamela is hiding more than her secret recipes for delicious pies--or if the crimes are related to the startling discovery that there are gangs in Cumberland Creek. As All Hallows Eve approaches, the crafty croppers must cut and paste the clues to unmask a deadly killer.

Includes tips and a glossary of terms for the modern scrapbooker!


About the Author

Mollie Cox Bryan, author of the Cumberland Creek mystery series, is also the regional bestselling author of Mrs. Rowe's Little Book of Southern Pies and Mrs. Rowe's Restaurant Cookbook: A Lifetime of Recipes from the Shenandoah Valley. An award-winning journalist and poet, she currently blogs, cooks, and scrapbooks in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia with her husband and two daughters. Please visit her at molliecoxbryan.com.


Praise For Scrapbook of the Dead (A Cumberland Creek Mystery #5)

Praise for the Cumberland Creek Mysteries:

"Scrapbookers and hobby cozy fans will enjoy this delightful holiday escape." --Library Journal on A Crafty Christmas

"A satisfying and surprising read." --Sheila Connolly, New York Times bestselling author on Scrapped

"Though-provoking and well paced. . .A great story, well told!" --Juliet Blackwell, New York Times bestselling author on Scrapped

"A font of ingenuity. . .superb entertainment." --Mystery Scene magazine on Scrapbook of Secrets