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A bomb goes off at the local elementary school, and everyone is stunned when the most popular teacher is arrested for the crime. But not everyone is ...Show synopsisA bomb goes off at the local elementary school, and everyone is stunned when the most popular teacher is arrested for the crime. But not everyone is buying the open-and-shut case. Now it's up to Lucy Stone to get at the bottom of a crime that could be repeated--and just might give Lucy and education on the fine art of murder.Hide synopsis
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Description:Very Good. 1575663309 1575663309 From Kirkus Reviews The Maine...Very Good. 1575663309 1575663309 From Kirkus Reviews The Maine village of Tinker's Cove is again awash in murder and mayhem (Trick or Treat Murder, 1996, etc. ), but not to worry--Lucy Stone, wife to contractor Bill, mother of four; part-timer at the local paper; evening student at the local college; and above all, amateur sleuth--is on the case. Carol Crane, new assistant principal at the elementary school, has rescued a disabled child from inside the school just minutes before an explosive device goes off--an anonymous warning call to the police had evacuated everyone else. Lucy, helping Pennysaver editor Ted Stillings write the story, is intrigued by Carol's past, in which heroic rescues seem to have figured prominently, and by her connections to Lucy's seductive English professor Quentin Rea and to the town's fundamentalist preacher DeWalt Smythe and school politics. Carol's background assumes more urgency when she's discovered smothered to death in her apartment and well-liked high-school coach Josh Cunningham is charged with the murder. While police chief Crowley rests on his laurels, Lucy, unconvinced, scurries from home to job, to class, to daughter's day-care, to supermarket, finally, between chores, engineering a near deadly confrontation with the real killer. A tad more substantial than the author's previous outings, but still bogged down in domestic detail, vacuous dialogue, and our heroine's mopey musings. Harmless ho-hum. --Copyright? 1997, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Product Description It's back-to-school time in the peaceful Maine town of Tinker's Cove, and for mother-of-four Lucy Stone it isn't a moment too soon. But when the assistant principal is murdered, and the most popular teacher at the school is arrested for the crime, Lucy's determined to juggle family, job, and night school to find the real killer.
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