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

A Desiree Shapiro Mystery
Signet Mystery
March 2003
272 pages
ISBN: 0451208234
Paperback
$5.99
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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.

INCLUDES A TASTY NEW RECIPE FROM DESIREE SHAPIRO!

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