IF THE SHOE KILLS By Lynn Cahoon

If the Shoe Kills by Lynn Cahoon

A book book fun curl up and read on a cold winter’s night or at he beach on a hot day n summer. South Cove is getting ready for the Christmas holidays. The mayor is at again giving the businesses more work. He agreed that the town would accept workers from government training program. He names Jill as the liaison for the town. Mayor puts his wife in charge of South Cove holiday decorations upsetting the person who usually does it. The owner of the Glass Slippers is reluctant to accept a worker at first but finally agrees. Ted Hendricks, in charge of work program is founded shot to death. Jill curiosity starts exploring Ted’ background. Gregg tells her that she is interfering with a police investigation and to stop. What happens the holiday day decorations and will Santa come to town? What secret does the owner of The Glass Slipper have? Who kill Ted a d why?You will keep turning the pages looking for answers.

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7 Responses to IF THE SHOE KILLS By Lynn Cahoon

  1. bmary8222 says:

    I really enjoy this series.

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