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Diamond Deceit by Carolyn Keene
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0671730878, Paperback)

Searching for missing jewels, Nancy finds the perfect setting for murder.

An urgent message from Bess draws Nancy to beautiful Carmel, California. Fading movie star Joanna Burton has accused jeweler Marcia Cheung of replacing the diamonds in her necklace with fakes. But the case of the missing stones turns even more sinister when Ms. Burton ends up on the rocks -- at the bottom of a cliff!

What led the actress to such a tragic final scene? Who pushed her over the edge? For Nancy, it's a murder mystery with more twists and turns than the Pacific Coast Highway, and she knows she's in a race against time. She must find the stolen diamonds before the killer strikes again -- perhaps to put her on ice!

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Nancy travels to Carmel, California to find who stole the stones from a diamond necklace and replaced them with fakes, but her client is found dead at the bottom of a cliff.

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