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Cropped to Death by Christina Freeburn
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Sep 28, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: amateur-sleuth, female-detective, humorous-mystery, murder-mystery, mystery, romantic-elements, southern, southern-mystery, suspense, thriller, whodunit
Read from September 10 to 28, 2012

Back in Eden, West Virginia, home from a stint in the military, Faith Hunter now works at her grandmothers' scrapbook store, Scrap This. After a life-altering event that she now keeps secret from her family, Faith is trying hard to put her life back together. But when Faith's employee, Marilyn, is accused of killing her cheating husband at an art show, Faith is pulled into a mystery and soon begins to realize there's a snake in the town of Eden. As she investigates, Faith is drawn to two men-handsome attorney, Steve, and Detective Roget, the man trying to put Marilyn behind bars. While she fends off her grandmothers' attempts at playing Cupid and threats to her safety, Faith is determined to find out the truth.

I enjoyed this mystery and as a scrapbooker, I found the scrapping details fun and interesting. This is a great beginning to a new mystery series. Fun family dynamics, two handsome men who vie for her affections, Faith's secret, and an interesting mystery kept me turning the pages.
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