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Another murder mystery for the Bargain Hunters Network–only this time, one of them is a suspect!
Ginger and her husband, Earl, are in for a wild ride in Calamity, Nevada, along with the other BHN ladies–college student Kindra, mother-of-four Suzanne, and sassy senior Arleta. They came to town for the Invention Expo and some outlet shopping, but instead they endure lost luggage, broken air conditioning, and a long line of people angry at hotel owner Dustin Clydell. With the Invention Expo and the Squirrel Lovers’ convention both in town, the Wind-Up Hotel has somehow overbooked.
Before the night is over, a man has been found dead in a teddy bear costume, the Invention Expo has been canceled, Binky the water-skiing squirrel has gone missing…and the authorities want to talk to one of the BHN ladies! What else could possibly go wrong?
Once again, the Bargain Hunters Network swings into sleuth mode to solve the murder–and this time, clear one of their own. Along the way, Ginger discovers something even better than a bargain.
Brittanie: I loved this book. It is a wonderful addition to the Bargain Hunters Mystery series by Sharon Dunn. The main four women characters are at different stages in their lives: one college girl, one mom raising four kids, one widow, and one somewhat elderly woman who is married to an amatuer inventor.They are good contrast to each other and add lots in the way of relationships and friendships between different age groups. This story is a mainly a whodoneit but at its heart it is about relationships and catching a good bargain :) Friendships, hubsand/wife, children/parent are all present in this murder mystery. I can't wait for the next Bargain Hunters book.
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Sharon Dunn is the author of Death of a Garage Sale Newbie, book one in the Bargain Hunters Mysteries, and the Ruby Taylor mystery novels including Sassy Cinderella, which was voted Book of the Year by American Christian Fiction Writers. She earned a BA in television production and a master’s in history Sharon lives in Bozeman, Montana, with her husband of twenty years, three children, two cats, and lots of dust bunnies