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Mystery and Suspense
Author: Ellen Larson
ISBN: 0966987713
Subcategory: Mystery
Pages 304 pages
Publisher Savvy Press (August 1, 2000)
Language English
Category: Mystery and Suspense
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 204
ePUB size: 1260 kb
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Ellen Larson in her new book, Unfold the Evil Book Two in the NJ Mystery series published by Poisoned Pen Press gives us another adventure with Natalie Joday. From the back cover: Reporter Natalie Joday’s career is at a crossroads

Ellen Larson in her new book, Unfold the Evil Book Two in the NJ Mystery series published by Poisoned Pen Press gives us another adventure with Natalie Joday. From the back cover: Reporter Natalie Joday’s career is at a crossroads. She thought she’d seen the last of cops and courtrooms, but if she agrees to join the Bergen Evening Star’s crime bureau, foul play and forensics will be her daily fare

Ellen Larson in her new book, Unfold the Evil Book Two in the NJ Mystery series published by Poisoned Pen Press gives us another adventure with Natalie Joday. She thought she’d seen the last of cops and courtrooms, but if she agrees to join the Bergen Evening Star’s crime bureau, foul play and forensics will be her daily fare

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Reporter Natalie Joday's career is at a crossroads

Reporter Natalie Joday's career is at a crossroads  .

Reporter Natalie Joday’s career is at a crossroads. She thought she’d seen the last of cops and courtrooms, but if she agrees to join the Bergen Evening Star’s crime bureau, foul play and forensics will be her daily fare. Natalie puts off the decision by getting involved in a newsroom mystery: who is sending letters filled with riddles and signed simply “Enigma” to the Star’s elderly (and easily rattled) advice columnist? It’s just a game to Natalie and her psychologist friend, Rebecca Elias, until the solution points to the murder of an alcoholic bankrupt, a man whose political.

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Mysteries cover a broad spectrum of stories, characters, and places, but one thing remains consistent between . Mysteries and thrillers are written to be page turners, and the best books know how to pull you in and keep you there.

Mysteries cover a broad spectrum of stories, characters, and places, but one thing remains consistent between them: the thrill of solving a crime. Whether you're a fan of police procedurals or international thrillers, standalone mysteries or long-running series, there's something for everyone

If you've read an Ellen Hart mystery, aside from a murder or two, you know to expect descriptions of mouth-watering food

If you've read an Ellen Hart mystery, aside from a murder or two, you know to expect descriptions of mouth-watering food. I can't read one of her books without frequently feeling hungry (note: dieters beware!). FOR EVERY EVIL is the second of a new series starring Sophie Greenway, amateur sleuth and food critic for the Minneapolis Times-Register, and her husband Bram Baldric, local radio talk show host and Cary Grant lookalike. Prepare to be charmed

Reporter Natalie Joday's career is at a crossroads. She thought she'd seen the last of cops and courtrooms -- but if she agrees to join the Bergen Evening Star's Crime Bureau, such will be her daily fare. Natalie dodges the issue by getting involved in a newsroom mystery: who is sending anonymous letters to the Star's elderly (and easily rattled) advice columnist? And why? They are such peculiar letters, full of riddles and hints of past injustice. It's all a game to Natalie and her psychologist friend, Rebecca Elias, until the solutions reveal the murder of an alcoholic bankrupt, a man whose political career was ruined by the Star some 20 years before.

Finding the body of paranoid computer hacker Armand Vitek helps Natalie decide about her career: she wants whoever removed Armand's face to pay. But when the trail of clues doubles back to the Star's corporate headquarters, the question becomes not if she should take the job, but if there be a newspaper left to work for?