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By Gin Jones

Helen Binney projected a robust picture because the former governor's spouse, and she's now not approximately to permit a bit factor like sickness strength her into doing whatever much less now. whereas her pushy nieces imagine she's at death's door, her good-looking legal professional good friend thinks she's a scorching magnet for trouble...and her new gal-pals imagine she's a super novice detective!

When these new gals provide her an engaging venture, Helen can't refuse proving her usefulness to the nay-sayers in her lifestyles. She quick dives into investigating the disappearance of a member in their charitable knitting workforce. but if the yarn path results in a husband in denial, a mystery checking account, and a shallow grave, it's transparent that somebody else sees Helen in another unflattering gentle: as a chance that should be completely neutralized! If Helen can hold her wits approximately her, she are able to untangle herself from one sticky state of affairs, and capture a killer within the method.

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This will confirm that the murder weapon was a sharp knife. The wound must have proved fatal because the blood flowed into the pericardium and slowed down the functioning of the heart. ” “ I f you were more open-minded, less ready to agree with what other people say, you could have objected that the victim might have been dead before she was stabbed, as the wound indicates. She might, for instance, have taken an overdose of sleeping pills or some other drug, as suggested by the bottle found beside the body.

Her eyes were gray; her glance strong and unwavering. “ Pauline Gadeau, Jerry’s speech therapist. I’ve often told you about her. ) I was prepared to believe it. With young Jerry, poor Gloria certainly needed a lifeline. But I didn’t think I’d ever heard her mention Ms. Gadeau before. Maybe I’d simply forgotten— Gloria chattered away at such a rate after her second glass of champagne. As for speech therapy, I wasn’t sure I was all that interested, especially after my second glass of champagne. What was the relationship between speech therapy and, for example, phonetics and rhetoric?

At last Captain Rilsky, who’d already tried several times to catch my eye, only to turn away whenever he succeeded, affected to notice my presence. — to see you back in Santa Varvara! You seem to turn up at every dramatic moment in our history, and heaven knows there are plenty o f them! No, no— the pleasure’s entirely mine! I’ve thought about you a lot lately. Was it yesterday? Or the day before? I’m quite seri­ ous— I’d have liked to play you Yehudi Menuhin’s latest recording— someone just sent it to me from London, and I know you admire him almost as much as I do.

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