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Pointe and Shoot by Natalie M. Roberts
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Poor Jenny can't seem to stay out of trouble. She's hoping and praying her girls win teh UDC so that, with the prize money, she can open up a dance store inside her studio. Finally earning her enough to stop eating Ramen noodles for dinner every night. But once again, someone wants Jenny dead. Her boyfriend/detective Tate will do whatever it takes to protect her from the mysterious person in the grey Hummer. Could it be a psycho dancer mom? A friend? Or someone in the dancing world?? Can she handle the ultimate betrayal? ( )
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Keeping readers on their toes: the new Jenny T. Partridge dance mystery.

Studio owner Jenny needs her girls to win the Ultimate Dancer Championship—and the prize money—to expand her business. But first she’ll have to do some fancy footwork to stay alive.

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Studio owner Jenny needs her girls to win the Ultimate Dancer Championship and the prize money to expand her business. But first she will have to do some fancy footwork to stay alive.

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