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The Body in the Gravel by Judi Lynn

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Also by Judi Lynn:

The Body From The Past, October 2020
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The Body in the Apartment, March 2020
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The Body in the Gravel, October 2019
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The Body in the Attic, November 2018
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The Body in the Gravel
Judi Lynn

A Jazzi Zanders Mystery #3
Lyrical Press
October 2019
On Sale: September 24, 2019
ISBN: 1516108388
EAN: 9781516108381
Kindle: B07MB4777H
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Mystery Cozy | Mystery Woman Sleuth | Mystery Amateur Sleuth

Even in a lovely town like River Bluffs, Indiana, flipping houses can be a challenge. Especially when there’s the proverbial skeleton in the closet—and a literal corpse in the driveway . . .
 
House-flipper Jazzi Zanders has her work cut out for her. Her latest flip, which she co-purchased with her fiancée Ansel and cousin Jerod, is a three-story fixer-upper that’s more of a droopy-downer. One corner of the house is sinking and needs to be jacked up with a new cement foundation. That costs money. And causes headaches. And creates a work environment that’s not only hostile, it’s downright deadly . . .
 
Jazzi knows it’s a tough job. Which is why she hired Darby to lay the cement. But when Darby gets into a fiery argument with the furnace man—and then never shows up to lay gravel for the driveway—Jazzi starts to wonder if the rumors about Darby are true. Did he kill his wife and son and bury them in the yard like some folks claim? When Darby’s dead body comes pouring out of a gravel truck, murder upstages the real estate market as her biggest concern . . .

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