Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Five Novels With Made Up Plots By The Library


Murder in Saint-Germain by Cara Black. Opal the Lessor fears she will be scapegoat when the handsome herdsmen hired by the convent is found dead in the vespers chapel. Opal starts to question her religious superiors and her life.

Indecent Exposure by Stuart Woods.  Middle-aged lawyer Vance Harkins has to defend his brother-in-law, Bart "the Cart", from an indecent exposure charge.  Vance finds out his brother has been been doing more than over-drinking and how can Vance hide those secrets from his own wife?

Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz. Australian magpies sing at night. Charlotte's great-aunt used to say the magpies warned of witches. That was when Charlotte was just a child. But, a 15-year-old knows better. Right?

The Sunshine Sisters by Jane Green. Olivia and Tobi are 'summer sisters'. They have spent 10 years together every summer as their families vacationed on the beaches of Georgia's Jekyll Island. This year their interests have turned from sand castles and seashells to boys and bikini-phobias. Will their joined interest of dreamy Charlie Carter keep them together, or split them apart?

Camino Island by John Grisham. Small town Florida lawyer Skip Battersea has made a modest living on real estate, divorce, and estate planning. When Miss Gretchen brings him a far fetched case of illegal toxic disposal on her land he finds that the facts lead to county government, to state government, to a small mobster with big time anger issues.

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