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Murder Can Rain on Your Shower by Selma Eichler


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Also by Selma Eichler:

Murder Can Depress Your Dachshund, February 2007
Murder Can Botch Up Your Birthday, March 2004
Murder Can Singe Your Old Flame, May 2003
Paperback (reprint)
Murder Can Ruin Your Looks, April 2003
Paperback (reprint)
Murder Can Rain on Your Shower, March 2003
Murder Can Cool Off Your Affair, March 2002
And the Dying is Easy, June 2001
Murder Can Upset Your Mother, March 2001
Murder Can Spoil Your Appetite, February 2000
Paperback (reprint)
Murder Can Spook Your Cat, January 1998
Paperback (reprint)
Murder Can Wreck Your Reunion, January 1997
Paperback (reprint)
Murder Can Stunt Your Growth, January 1996
Murder Can Kill Your Social Life, February 1995
Paperback (reprint)

Murder Can Rain on Your Shower
Selma Eichler

A Desiree Shapiro Mystery
Signet Mystery
March 2003
272 pages
ISBN: 0451208234
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Mystery Private Eye

Desiree Shapiro’s niece, Ellen, will soon be saying, “I do.” So Manhattan’s pudgiest P.I. teams up with Ellen’s future mother-in-law, eager to give the bride a truly memorable shower. And memorable, it is. After all, when a guest takes a few bites of her salad, then promptly keels over, it’s not something anyone present is likely to forget.

Naturally, being a dedicated foodie, Desiree knows plenty of “to die for” dishes, but a green salad isn’t one of them. And once she begins to look into the victim’s death— and life—Desiree is convinced she’s dealing with a homicide. And that a number of backbiting society ladies had every reason to want to scheming, man-hungry Bobbie Jean dead. Meanwhile, Desiree has a new love interest. But in her book, romance takes a back seat to murder. Especially when the police are perilously close to arresting an innocent woman for the crime.



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