By Lorna Barrett
Book shop proprietor Tricia Miles has placed up—and publish with—her uninvited university roommate for weeks. In go back, Pammy has stolen $100. however the day she's kicked out, Pammy's came across useless in a Dumpster, leaving a great deal of questions unanswered.
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Probably to bug me. ” Baker looked over at Angelica, then shifted his gaze back to Tricia—assessing them? ” “Pammy. Headfirst in the garbage cart. I suspected she might be dead because she wasn’t moving. I had to force myself to touch her. ” Baker nodded, his expression bland. ” “I didn’t mean to contaminate the crime scene. It just . . ” Baker asked. “I own Haven’t Got a Clue, the mystery bookstore across the street. ” “Not as many as I used to. ” Baker didn’t roll his eyes, but he looked like he might want to.
Pammy’s expression darkened. “If this is about what happened yesterday, I told you I was sorry,” she said defensively. Saying “I’m sorry” wouldn’t have helped if the coffee she’d spilled on a customer’s foot had been hot—which would have netted Tricia one nice, fat lawsuit. As it was, it had cost her one hundred dollars to pacify the woman and replace her coffee-stained leather shoes. Next up: getting the carpet shampooed. But that wasn’t the worst. Tricia crossed her arms over her chest. She was through giving hints.
But then, even though her kindness had been abused, everything about this seemed so wrong, so . . nasty . . so unlike Tricia. ” Pammy asked, and smiled. ” Pammy glowered at Tricia. “Don’t you even know what’s going on here in Stoneham? ” Pammy gave her a withering look. “Do a Google search on the man—see what good he’s done here in New Hampshire. ” Pammy grabbed her purse, slinging the strap over her shoulder before wrestling the heavy suitcase toward the door. Stuart Paige? The name did sound familiar.
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