The devil's bones / Carolyn Haines
Book | Minotaur Books | 2020 | First edition.
5 holds on first copy returned of 9 copies

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Edition
First edition.
Description
355 pages ; 22 cm
Series
A Sarah Booth Delaney mystery ; 21
Haines, Carolyn. Sarah Booth Delaney mystery ; bk. 21.
Summary
"In Carolyn Haines' The Devil's Bones, spunky southern private investigator Sarah Booth Delaney tackles a thorny murder while away on a girls' weekend. Sarah Booth and Cece are in Lucedale, Mississippi, where the newly-pregnant Tinkie is treating her friends to a girls' weekend at the fabulous new Bexley B&B. The facials, organics, food, and fitness coaches are supposed to be phenomenal, but Tinkie's primary aim is to attend the Sunrise Easter Services at the incredible Palestinian Gardens, a miniature Holy Land that spreads over 20 acres and has recreations of all parts of Jerusalem-and to speak with the Biblical scholar, gardener, and creator of the Palestinian Garden Daniel Reynolds. After waking up at the crack of dawn for the service the three friends wander around the gardens, taking in the wonder of entire cities in miniature and the acres of the Holy Land, with the River Jordan winding through it all. The day is brightening when the find themselves at the Mount of Olives-with a dead body. Daniel identifies the dead man as local lawyer Perry Slay, who was well known for his sly and underhanded dealings, and had plenty of people out for his blood. When Erick Ward, a local pharmacist, is arrested, Sarah Booth takes the case. As the bodies pile up like a pillar of salt and the suspect list grows as long as the River Jordan, Sarah Booth, Cece, and Tinkie must resurrect the truth before their own lives-and that of Tinkie's unborn child-are endangered"-- Provided by publisher.
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9781250257864 (hardcover)
1250257867 (hardcover)
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