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Crushing Crystal (Jane Stuart and Winky #6)

3.51 of 5 stars 3.51  ·  rating details  ·  37 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Jane couldn't say no when her nanny's sister needed a place to stay, but she's certainly glad to see her houseguest go. In just two short weeks as assistant director of the Shady Hills Public Library, Crystal Ryerson has proven herself a meddler par excellence. Relying on gossip and a powerful superiority complex, she has branded her realtor's daughter an unfit mother, and ...more
Hardcover, 247 pages
Published 2004 by Kensington
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Aaron Wallentine
Silly little mystery that my mom bought for me based solely on the cover (cute cat looking over a person crushed under a pile of books, which is not really accurate to the story : ) ); it hooked me enough on a bad day that I spent the better part of the day finishing it.

I thought it was odd that (spoiler alert!) in the end, the reason the girls were being abducted was to be sold to a polygamist Mormon community (Colorado City, AZ/Hilldale, UT) -- is that really something that human traffickers d
This is one of the better "cosy mysteries" I've read lately. I liked the lead character and, although she was stubborn enough to get herself into trouble, she wasn't unreasonably reckless. The only disappointment I had with the book was the motive for the abductions.
I've read and liked every one of the books in this series. PLEASE WRITE MORE!!
Pretty good, liked they way they "took out" the busybody!
Jessica Gibson
It is a very good book and it makes you think
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Evan Marshall is an internationally recognized expert on fiction writing and author of the “Hidden Manhattan” and “Jane Stuart and Winky” mystery series. A former book editor, for 27 years he has been a leading literary agent specializing in fiction. His Marshall Plan® Novel Writing Software, written with Martha Jewett, is an adaptation of his bestselling Marshall Plan® series.

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