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The Glass Is Always Greener (Den of Antiquity) (edition 2011)

by Tamar Myers (Author)

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Title:The Glass Is Always Greener (Den of Antiquity)
Authors:Tamar Myers (Author)
Info:Avon (2011), Edition: Original, 304 pages
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Shocked at this ending.. Really? I.. I just can't type about it right now.. ( )
  lollyletsgo | Aug 10, 2017 |
The first of the Den of Antiquity series. Funny but had overkill. Too many short jokes. Too many southernisms. Too many I am related to everyone references. However, this was her first shot and she was just feeling her way. One of the few books that made me laugh out loud. ( )
  lhaines56 | Feb 5, 2017 |
EB 16/16 series
  EmilyD1037 | Jan 27, 2016 |
What appears to be the last in the Den of Antiquity series. Abby goes with Rob to an eccentric aunt's going away party. This is not an ordinary going away party, this is a party that the aunt has planned prior to her planned upcoming demise. Abby and Rob arrive at the party to find the aunt standing on a table and reading her last will and testament. She asks Abby to join her on said table and gives her a very nice large ring. Abby politely refuses. But this does not keep Abby from being on the suspect list when the aunt later turns up dead in the family freezer in the basement. Another fun read in the series, will be sorry to see it end. ( )
  ChrisWeir | Dec 15, 2013 |
Well that's the last one. Now I'm looking forward to reading her other series, the Pennsylvania Dutch Mysteries, just as soon as I collect them all. Only 7 more to get my hands on, to complete the series of 18. ( )
  cougargirl1967 | Jun 18, 2013 |
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"Memorials are murder! All antiques and no play make Abby a dull girl. So Abigail Timberlake Washburn takes a hiatus from her Charleston shop and accompanies best male friend, Rob, to the 'wake' of his loco Aunt Jerry--who, as it happens, is nowhere near deceased, but will be soon according to her trusted psychic. Watching the crazy, caustic old gal gleefully disowning assembled relatives left and right is a hoot and a half...until Aunt Jerry turns up truly dead in the deep freeze with a priceless emerald ring missing from her lifeless finger. And wouldn't you know, Abby's the prime suspect!"--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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