By Elaine Viets
Anyone has killed Halley Hardwicke, the new younger fashion designer of thousand-dollar Italian silk scarves, within the mall parking lot-and police have their eye on Jake, the husband of Josie's ally Alyce. The couple lived close to the wrap maven, however it turns out Halley and Jake have been a bit too neighborly. So Josie makes a decision to do what she does most sensible to aid out her friend-go undercover and notice if she will locate a few clues. simply because this time, there is a lot extra at stake than a headscarf, no matter if it truly is to die for...
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Verbally? Physically? Let me count the ways, Josie thought. She’d been in this job for nine years, and had seen this kind of rude-ness hundreds of times. But it always amazed her. Sales-people would insult, ignore, even verbally abuse customers—and still expect them to shop at their store. " Saber had asked Josie. "I figured you didn’t buy that here. St. " Would Pretty Things’s New York headquarters understand the depth of that insult? It was a slap at the city’s supposedly styleless German population: "Dutch" was a corruption of Deutsch.
Alyce was stacking the luncheon plates in her kitchen, carefully stepping around Mike the plumber. Josie was mopping up her spilled martini and trying not to stare at Mike’s well-shaped rump wiggling under the sink. The kitchen doorbell rang and a soft voice called, "Alyce, are you home? " Josie whispered. "My neighbor Joanie Protzel," Alyce said. "She has the place with the mansard roof, right next door to Halley’s house. " Alyce opened the door and Joanie bustled into the kitchen with two huge trays.
Amelia was standing in the doorway. "We learned about Dogtown in school," she said. "Stephanie gave a report. She said the name came from the World’s Fair in St. Louis. The fair had a lot of ethnic groups on display, including the Igorots from the Philippines. The Igorots ate all the dogs in Dogtown. " "I don’t know," Mike said. "My neighbor Mrs. " Amelia looked shocked. Mike saw her face and said, "I’m sorry. I’d never eat a poodle. " He grinned. Amelia giggled. Mike squatted so he could talk to Amelia eye to eye, and Josie couldn’t help notice the muscles in his thighs.
Accessory to Murder (Josie Marcus, Mystery Shopper, Book 3) by Elaine Viets