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Murder Can Singe Your Old Flame by Selma Eichler

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Also by Selma Eichler:

Murder Can Depress Your Dachshund, February 2007
Paperback
Murder Can Botch Up Your Birthday, March 2004
Paperback
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
Paperback
Murder Can Cool Off Your Affair, March 2002
Paperback
And the Dying is Easy, June 2001
Paperback
Murder Can Upset Your Mother, March 2001
Paperback
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
Paperback
Murder Can Kill Your Social Life, February 1995
Paperback (reprint)

Murder Can Singe Your Old Flame
Selma Eichler

A Desiree Shapiro Mystery
Signet Mystery
May 2003
256 pages
ISBN: 0451192184
Paperback (reprint)
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Mystery Private Eye

Desiree Shapiro is a big woman, in both body and heart. And it’s her big heart that gets her into this mess— investigating the suspicious death of her ex-boyfriend’s new wife.

Bruce Simon was a louse when they were dating…but no matter how dysfunctional he might be in relationships, Desiree doesn’t think he could have pushed Cheryl onto the West Fourth Street subway tracks. The police do, though, so Desiree reluctantly agrees to help Bruce out by looking for other suspects. Cheryl had been a flight attendant—and just before her death she’d voiced suspicions about one of her fellow airline employees. Could one of them have been smuggling drugs—and willing to kill to keep it a secret? Desiree’s doing her best to bring this case to a smooth landing. But danger is about to come out of the clear blue sky…

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