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Lions and Tigers and Murder, Oh My (Devereaux's Dime Store Mystery #6) (Mass Market)
From the New York Times bestselling author of Between a Book and a Hard Place comes the latest Devereaux’s Dime Store Mystery—and it packs a bite.
Opening up a dime store in her hometown of Shadow Bend, Missouri, Devereaux “Dev” Sinclair thought she’d left the wilds of city life behind her. But she’s about to discover that even rural life can be beastly. . .
Handsome private investigator Jake Del Vecchio has rented the office space on the second floor above Devereaux’s dime store, and Dev now finds herself embroiled in his first case, which involves Gabriella Winston, the missing wife of wealthy philanthropist Elliot Winston.
Elliot is determined to open a wildlife park on the edge of town but is facing all sorts of angry opposition—including Gabriella. After the Winstons have a bitter fight, Gabriella disappears, and their house is ransacked. The authorities are quick to claim Elliot killed his wife, but Dev’s not so sure. One thing is certain: Claws are out in Shadow Bend. . . .
About the Author
Denise Swanson is the New York Times bestselling author of the Scumble River Mysteries, including Murder of a Cranky Catnapper and Murder of an Open Book, and the Devereaux’s Dime Store Mysteries, including Between a Book and a Hard Place and Dying for a Cupcake. She worked as a school psychologist for twenty-two years before quitting to write full-time. She lives in Illinois with her husband, classical music composer David Stybr, and their cool black cat, Boomerang.
Praise for the Devereaux’s Dime Store Mysteries
“Delectable. . . with a plentiful cast of suspects, this was a fast-paced page-turner of a mystery that I couldn't put down.”—Jenn McKinlay, New York Times bestselling author of the Cupcake Bakery Mysteries
“[Swanson] is masterful in her storytelling.”—RT Book Reviews
“Witty one-liners keep the tone light, and the secrets...will have readers intrigued.”—Kings River Life Magazine
“A must-read for fans of humorous cozy mysteries with quirky characters!”—Open Book Society