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Blind Dates Can Be Murder (1973)

by Mindy Starns Clark

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I am so impressed. This author's work just keeps getting better and better. I've liked each book better than the last one. I can hardly wait for the third in this trilogy. I highly recommend this book to any mystery fan!!!!! ( )
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This book is dedicated to
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David Robert Starns
And to David's wife
Amy Hanson Starns
And to David and Amy's Children,
Andrew and Sarah
I love you more than you can imagine
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Jo Tulip didn't know if she was ready for this or not.
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Blind Dates Give Everyone the Shivers

Poor Jo Tulip
She's a sassy single woman full of household hints and handy advice ... except matters of her heart. Her first romantic outing in months is a blind date - okay, the Hall of Fame of Awful Blind Dates - but things go from bad to worth when the date drops dead and Jo finds herself smack in the middle of a murder investigation.

Poor Danny Watkins
He loves Jo but doesn't know how to tell her. They have been best friends since childhood, and Jo considers him only a pal. As Danny helps Jo with the investigation, he waits for the perfect moment to tell her how he feels about her. When that moment arrives, however, Danny is surprised to find that the outcome isn't at all what he expected.

With Danny's help, Jo attempts to solve one complicated mystery while trying to figure out another - what on earth is going on with her love life?
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Blind dates give everyone the shivers...with or without a murder attached to them. Jo Tulip is a sassy single woman full of household hints and handy advice for every situation. Her first romantic outing in months is a blind date--okay, the Hall of Fame of Awful Blind Dates--but things go from bad to worse when the date drops dead and Jo finds herself smack in the middle of a murder investigation.

With the help of her best friend, Danny, and faith in God, Jo attempts to solve one exciting mystery while facing another: Why is love always so complicated?

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"Blind dates give everyone the shivers...with or without a murder attached to them. Jo Tulip is a sassy single woman full of household hints and handy advice for every situation. Her first romantic outing in months is a blind date?okay, the Hall of Fame of Awful Blind Dates?but things go from bad to worse when the date drops dead and Jo finds herself smack in the middle of a murder investigation. With the help of her best friend, Danny, and faith in God, Jo attempts to solve one exciting mystery while facing another: Why is love always so complicated?" -- from the publisher.… (more)

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