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Judy Penz Sheluk (vol. 2)

Lisa Tucker 22 November 2022 1006 126 4


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Judy Penz Sheluk is a former journalist and magazine editor and the author of two mystery series: the Glass Dolphin Mysteries and the Marketville Mysteries. Her short crime fiction appears in several collections, including The Best Laid Plans and Heartbreaks & Half-truths, which she also edited.

Before There Were Skeletons: A Marketville Mystery – The last time anyone saw Veronica Goodman was the night of February 14, 1995, the only clue to her disappearance a silver heart-shaped pendant, found in the parking lot behind the bar where she worked. Twenty-seven years later, Veronica’s daughter, Kate, just a year old when her mother vanished, hires Past & Present Investigations to find out what happened that fateful night.
Calamity (Callie) Barnstable is drawn to the case, the similarities to her own mother’s disappearance on Valentine’s Day 1986 hauntingly familiar. A disappearance she thought she’d come to terms with. Until Veronica’s case, and five high school yearbooks, take her back in time… a time before there were skeletons.

Visit: www.judypenzsheluk.com

Visit: www.amazon.ca/Before-There-Were-Skeletons-Marketville

If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton, you may as well make it dance.

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