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by Stevi Mittman

eBook Whose Number Is Up, Anyway? download ISBN: 0373881398
Author: Stevi Mittman
Publisher: Harlequin Next; Original edition (August 7, 2007)
Language: English
ePub: 1755 kb
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Rating: 4.1
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Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Mystery

ГлавнаяЗарубежные любовные романыStevi MittmanWhose Number Is Up, Anyway? . Warning number two, right? I should so be out of here. But no, I’m still in the same spot when she comes back out, brisketless, her face ashen.

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Whose Number Is Up, Anyway. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. "strong" } So it's no coincidence that minutes after Teddi stumbles accidentally on a corpse in the deep freeze at King Kullen, Detective Dreamboat is back on the scene. Her supermarket snob (among other things) of a mother will never let her hear the end of it. Nor will Drew, who has told Teddi time and again she's got to stop messing with murder scenes.

Whose Number Is Up, Anyway? Stevi Mittman. Literally, he's had it for every hour of the day for as long as Teddi's known him. So it's no coincidence that minutes after Teddi stumbles accidentally on a corpse in the deep freeze at King Kullen, Detective Dreamboat is back on the scene. Her supermarket snob (among other things) of a mother will never let her hear the end of i. or will Drew, who has told Teddi time and again she's got to stop messing with murder scenes.

Which means that the manager and I couple up and go in together while everyone pushes against the doorway to peer in, erasing any chance of finding clean prints on that Employee Only door. I expect to find carcasses of dead animals hanging from hooks and maybe Joey hanging from one, too. I think it’s going to be very creepy and I steel myself, only to find a rather benign series of shelves with large slabs of meat laid out carefully on them, along with boxes and boxes marked simply chicken.

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Anyway, I assure my children that while a man was found dead, it in no way means-. He’s all business, but I notice his leg is going up and down a mile a minute, which he only does when he’s nervous.

Anyway, I assure my children that while a man was found dead, it in no way means-. And then a cop walks in the door. We watch him stop at the desk and talk to Steve, the owner of . Was it murder? I ask. Doesn’t really look like it, he says. But there are a few loose ends I want to tie up. He waits for me to respond.

Literally, he's had it for every hour of the day for as long as Teddi's known him.

Литагент HarperCollins EUR. Literally, he's had it for every hour of the day for as long as Teddi's known hi. o it's no coincidence that minutes after Teddi stumbles accidentally on a corpse in the deep freeze at King Kullen, Detective Dreamboat is back on the scene. Nor will Drew, who has told Teddi time and again she's got to stop messing with murder scenes

Literally, he's had it for every hour of the day for as long asTeddi's known him. So it's no coincidence that minutes afterTeddi stumbles accidentally on a corpse in the deep freeze atKing Kullen, Detective Dreamboat is back on the scene. Hersupermarket snob (among other things) of a mother will neverlet her hear the end of it.Nor will Drew, who has told Teddi time and again she's gotto stop messing with murder scenes. Until Teddi goes frommaterial witness to potential next victim…But the woman whose smarmy ex dubbed her "Long Island'sMost Dangerous Decorator" isn't going down without a fight.Or going down alone. Not when she's got an oh-so-irritating,way-too-irresistible cop watching her every move…
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THOMAS
In Syosset, Long Island interior designer Teddi Bayer is shopping when she finds a body in the King Kullen freezer. The police believe the victim died of natural causes as he was seeing a doctor on a health matter. Not long afterward the doctor is also found dead. Whereas Teddi believes the coincidence is too great for anything but foul play, her lover detective Drew Scoones thinks the opposite although he investigates.

However, Teddi, who has solved homicide mysteries before (see What GOES WITH BLOOD RED, ANYWAY; WHO MAKES UP THESE RULES, ANYWAY? and WHY IS MURDER ON THE MENU, ANYWAY?), makes her own inquiries. Meanwhile her mom keeps using I told you so as to why you never shop at chains; her daughter is angry at her because she wants Teddi and her daddy back together even though he tried to have her mom committed; Drew wants her to stay off the case; and her former spouse still spouts that she is "Long Island's Most Dangerous Decorator" as she designs a bowling alley and tries to avoid falling in the gutter.

The latest Teddi "anyway" amateur sleuth is an amusing Long Island whodunit. Teddi prefers investigating the case rather than deal with the demands of her two bread generations (mom and daughter) as facing a killer has proven easier than being caught by either of her female relatives. Fans will enjoy Stevi Mittman's lighthearted romp as Teddi's dysfunctional family reminds her whose life is hers anyway.

Harriet Klausner
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I have read all 7 in this series and I have to say it is one of the best I have read in a long time. The humor is first rate and the murder mystery is very good keeping you guessing until the end. Would recommend this series to anyone who likes mystery with a little romance on the side with a big dose of laughter.