Tragic Magic

Tragic Magic

Book - 2009
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The next Scrapbooking mystery takes readers back to New Orleans, where there are spookies, foodies--and crafty killers. Carmela, owner of Memory Mine scrapbook shop, and her best friend, owner of Juju Voodoo, have a big project. Melody Mayfeldt is converting an old mansion in the Faubourg-Marigny district into an unforgettable haunted house for those who flock to New Orleans for a creepy fix. She needs Carmela's crafty touch to make the Medusa Manor come to life in time for the upcoming horror convention. But Melody takes her house haunting too seriously--especially when her flaming body comes crashing through a tower window to 'welcome' them to the job. Sure there's been an increased trend in murder lately, but someone specifically wanted Carmela's client very dead. Carmela's in some deep gumbo again and needs to crop out a killer from the throngs of people flocking to New Orleans. Then maybe it won't be so hard living in the Big Easy.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, c2009
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780425229897
Branch Call Number: M CHI
Characteristics: 307 p. ;,21 cm

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Jan 14, 2012

Our perky short heroine and her outgoing Amazonian friend have the job of decorating a haunted house. There's a formula for this sort of book (the perky heroine, the opposite sidekick, the bigger group of sidekicks for bigger jobs, the dog, the boyfriend, the self-employed business, the household tips, the recipes)...I'd like to try one of the recipes.

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