Friday, September 26, 2014

Murder as a Second Language by Joan Hess

This is the nineteenth novel in the Claire Malloy series. With her daughter preparing for college, the newly married Claire Malloy finds herself with spare time on her hands. She begins volunteering with the Farberville Literacy Council but when one of the students in found dead, her husband Deputy Chief Peter Rosen asks for Claire's help to solve the case.

Readers who enjoyed this book also enjoyed: Duck the Halls by Donna Andrews, Heirs of the Body by Carola Dunn, and Rosemary and Crime: A Spice Shop Mystery by Gail Oust.

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