On Sale: May 5, 2015
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Shhh...in the newest hardcover in the national bestselling
Dead-End Job Mystery series, Helen Hawthorne quietly goes
undercover at a local library to search for a missing
Wealthy socialite Elizabeth Cateman Kingsley has hired Helen
to find a missing John Singer Sargent painting, owned by her
late father. After his death, many of Davis Catemanâ€™s books
were donated to the Flora Park library, and his daughter
suspects the small watercolorâ€”worth millionsâ€”was tucked away
inside one of those dusty tomes.
To search the stacks, Helen applies for a position as a
library volunteer and discovers the library director has a
catalog of complaintsâ€”from a mischievous calico cat named
Paris to the mysterious disappearance of various items that
some of the more imaginative staff are attributing to a
ghost haunting the building.
While her husband Phil sticks his neck out to find a missing
necklace, Helen is on her own with no one to lend her a
hand. When a dead body turns up in a parking lot, it appears
someone is willing to go to any lengths to keep the treasure
in the library quiet. Now Helen is bound and determined to
find the killer as well as the paintingâ€”before sheâ€™s taken
out of circulation herself.
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