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A Minor Case of Murder
by Jeff Markowitz   

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Publisher:  Thomson Gale (Five Star) ISBN-10:  1594144877 Type: 


Copyright:  November 2006 ISBN-13:  97815941448775

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Rag sheet journalist and amatuer sleuth Cassie O'Malley is back in A Minor Case of Murder. When Andy MacTavish brings minor league baseball to White Sands Beach, not everyone welcomes the club. Birders are especially upset by the location of Sand Skeeter Ballpark. But will they resort to murder to protect the birds' nesting areas. When a woman dies at the ballpark during the final game of the season, Andy asks Cassie for help. Is it murder? Is the dead woman the intended target? Does the dead woman signal the end of the dispute or is this just the beginning of hostilities. Tag along as Cassie and her unusual band of cohorts attempts to untangle the clues in A Minor Case of Murder.

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Crimespree Magazine
As Cassie balances the Skeeter case, her new-found love life, her newspaper job and her friend Cheyenne's mayoral campaign, we are introduced to a large cast of fascinating characters. Jeff Markowitz does a terrific job of fleshing out even the minor characters. We learn to know and like all of them, even the one who turns out to be the one who done it.

Midwest Book Review
This fine sports whodunit pays homage to minor league baseball. The story line is a cozy that looks deep into the soul of the heroine as she begins to unravel the motive behind the murder of the mascot until she finally hits a walk off homerun. Sub-genre fans will want to watch all nine innings of this delightful hometown baseball mystery.

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