Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Review: White Elephant Dead



(A Death On Demand Mystery)

Page count: 298


ISBN: 0-380-79325-3

It's time for the White Elephant Sale and Kathryn Girard is found murdered in her van. She uses the van for picking up the items for the white elephant sale. This time there were four families on her list and Henny Brawley is accused of murder. Henny is also a victim as whoever actually did kill Kathryn left Henny for dead.

Max and Annie investigate and as they follow the path of a killer they realize that perfect marraiges and families may not always exclude murder.

Soon secrets come to light and others may die if someone doesn't spill the dirt on what they know.

WHITE ELEPHANT DEAD by Carolyn Hart is a whodunit that is witty and each page you turn will put you a step closer to whodunit.


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