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Postcards from the Dead (A Scrapbooking Mystery)
by Laura Childs
Hardcover : 336 pages
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There's a parade rolling through the historic French Quarter, with gigantic floats, silv...
There's a parade rolling through the historic French Quarter, with gigantic floats, silver beads, and dizzying lights?and Kimber Breeze of KBEZ-TV is broadcasting live from a small balcony on the fourth floor of the Hotel Tremain, interviewing locals and capturing the spectacle down below. Her next subject will be Carmela Bertrand, owner of Memory Mine scrapbooking shop. Carmela has never been a fan of Kimber, but she isn?t about to turn down the chance of good publicity for her shop.
But before Carmela's shop gets its five minutes of fame, a killer slips onto the balcony and strangles Kimber with a cord, leaving her body dangling above the parade. Carmela is horrified, but she quickly discovers the nightmare isn?t over. Because someone is now leaving strange postcards at Carmela's shop'signed by the dead Kimber. Now Carmela and her friend Ava will have to risk their own necks to find out who's posing as a ghost?and to expose a killer?
INCLUDES SCRAPBOOKING TIPS
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Discussion QuestionsDo you think the title of the book offers a clue to its content?
Why do you suppose many women want to be entrepreneurs like Carmela? And why do many women prefer to own smaller, more manageable businesses?
Novels are much like three-act plays. There is an opening act, a middle
act, and a concluding act. Where do you think these “break points”
occur in this mystery?
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