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Worth its Weight in Old (Karen Maxwell #2)

3.18 of 5 stars 3.18  ·  rating details  ·  11 ratings  ·  4 reviews
PAINTINGS SLASHED. . . FURNITURE BROKEN . . . SOMEONE IS WREAKING HAVOC AT THE BLUE MOON ART & ANTIQUES GALLERY.



Fledgling private investigator Karen Maxwell goes undercover as a salesclerk to find out who’s behind the vandalism--and why. She learns little from Vicki, a friendly clerk who, aside from her designer clothes and sports car, seems interested only in rearrang
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Paperback, 256 pages
Published December 9th 2008 by Heartsong Presents
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Janet Sketchley
Karen Maxwell’s career as a private investigator is just starting to take off. She hopes. Working for her brother’s investigative firm, she’s finally getting out of a clerical role and into the field. Her assignment: take an undercover job in an antique store and find out who’s been damaging the merchandise.

Her challenge: to do this while single-parenting a 9-year-old son and 12-year-old daughter, and while securing her boyfriend’s attention when he only seems to want to see her at play rehearsa
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Ste Ven
This amusing mystery talks about the difficult life of amateur detective, Karen Maxwell. As she is working on this case she is having lots of difficulty. She's got lot's of pressure on her back, risk getting demoted to desk manager. But nobody is cooperating! Is it the friendly clerk, Eric, the shop's rude porter, or it might even be the shop owners? But if that is difficult enough, she needs to deal with her daughter that has been left with her after her marriage. She might be a distraction to ...more
Sharon
This book is so good I am reading it a second time! I just read the first book in the Karen Maxwell series, and want to rmemeber what happens to the characters. Private investigator Karen Maxwell, who works for her brother's firm DS Investigations, is given another mystery to solve. But her new boyfriend Brian is so busy with church , will he have time for her too? Meanwhile, Karen has to figure out who is vandalizing antiques at the Blue Moon Gallery. I enjoyed this book the first time and it w ...more
Beckey
Christian suspense mystery..
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