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A Body on the Porch - Dekker Cozy Mystery Series #10 - cover

A Body on the Porch - Dekker Cozy Mystery Series #10

Steve Demaree

Publisher: Steve Demaree

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When a retired detective encounters a stranger standing outside a restaurant when both of them are on vacation and the stranger finds out what he did before he retired, the detective jokingly tells the stranger that he will come and solve a murder for him if he goes home and finds a body on his front porch.

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