8 edition of Who invited the dead man? found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3569.P687 W49 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||375 p. (large print) ;|
|Number of Pages||375|
|LC Control Number||2002028243|
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Who Invited The Dead Man lives up to its whimsical title. The characters are likable/distasteful as needed. The reader worries with McLaren as she struggles with the possibility that her husband or a friend has committed a /5(7).
Who Invited The Dead Man. is a wonderful book - read it yourself and get copies for your mystery reading friends. They will love MacLaren Yarbrough and the mystery she solves.
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This is a mystery which can be savored by all!/5(4). With a man lying dead in her house with a bullet in his head, MacLaren must track down the killer and clear her family name before the authorities wrap up their own investigation--all the while managing Yarbrough's Feed, Seed, and Nursery, tackling her newfound duties as the town magistrate, and caring for a spouse suffering from severe brain Author: Patricia Sprinkle.
With a man lying dead in her house with a bullet in his head, MacLaren must track down the killer and clear her family name before the authorities wrap up their own investigation—all the while managing Yarbrough's Feed, Seed, and Nursery, tackling her newfound duties as the town magistrate, and caring for a spouse suffering from severe brain.
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