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The Newspaper Code - Buried Treasure Mysteries

Lisa J Lickel

Publisher: Fox Ridge Publications

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Deadheading the Petunias is not just a gardening expression in Robertsville. 
Judy Wingate, a new mom, and her NOT-BFF, nosy reporter Olivia Hargrove, team up in a testy relationship to solve the murder of elderly civil servant Esme Espe who may have uncovered millions of dollars of missing city treasury money. Old friends and new ones join the race to find the money before the murderer.

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