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Our Lady of Immaculate Deception by Nancy Martin
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Oct 02, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: mystery-pennsylvania
Read in October, 2010

Roxy Abruzzo, the deeply flawed heroine of Martin's new series. owns a salvage business in her close-knit, working-class neighborhood in Pittsburgh. She's tempted by a statue at the soon-to-be-demolished Hyde mansion, and talks briefly there to Julius Hyde, the heir to a vast fortune, an old acquaintance. When Julius is murdered, and the statue becomes the focus of greedy interests, Roxy finds herself in deep water, especially as her cousin Carmine, whose criminal doings Roxy tries to avoid, is showing too much interest in her activities. Roxy has made a lot of bad decisions in her life, but she has also learned to tough things out. She's a character who will stay with you.

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