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The Blue Virgin (edition 2010)

by M.K. Graff

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Title:The Blue Virgin
Authors:M.K. Graff
Info:Bridle Path Press (2010), Edition: First Edition, Paperback, 345 pages
Collections:2012, Your library
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The Blue Virgin by M.K. Graff

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This award-winning mystery is the first in the Nora Tierney series, set in Oxford, England, and featuring an American protagonist. Nora is a children's book writer who pokes her nose into a murder investigation when her best friend, artist Val Rogan, is accused of murdering her partner. Book was named BEST BRITISH COZY from Chanticleer Media. ( )
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The Blue Virgin, the first in the Nora Tierney mystery series, mixes elements of a police procedural with a cozy. American author Nora is drawn to Oxford, England, to clear her close friend, Val Rogan, who has been wrongfully accused of her partner's murder. Or has she? Nora quickly becomes embroiled in the investigation, to the dismay of Detective Declan Barnes and Simon Ramsey, the illustrator of her children's book. Simon's efforts to save Nora from herself become increasingly frantic as she is forced to use her wits and wiles to prove Val's innocence. The Blue Virgin is a compelling story of love and intrigue, as Nora learns that nothing is what it seems, and even the most innocent of choices can lead to murder.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:03:54 -0400)

The mysterious death of Bryn Wallace draws American Nora Tierney to Oxford to clear her close friend Val Rogan, who has been wrongfully accused of Bryn's murder. Or has she? Nora quickly becomes embroiled in the murder investigation, much to the dismay of Detective Inspector Declan Barnes and the illustrator of Nora's children's book, Simon Ramsey.… (more)

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