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Death of a Bride and Groom (Honeymoon Falls Mysteries)

by Allan J. Emerson

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When the body of writer Iris Morland is discovered in full bridal array atop a giant wedding cake parade float, the little resort town of Honeymoon Falls is left reeling. Suspects include Iris's husband, Kenneth, enraged after discovering her liaison with television host Arnold Reifel. Arnold's wife, Margery, was seething because Iris had turned Margery's interior decoration schemes into a very public humiliation. Then there's haughty French film auteur, Pierre Blondin, in town filming Iris's novel. Did Iris trigger his murderous wrath by opposing a nude scene featuring ninety-five-year-old actress Hermione Hopkins? Captain Will Halsey, head of Honeymoon Falls' three-person police force, struggles to find the killer while coping with small-town politics, feuding among his subordinates, and the ferocious attentions of the media.… (more)

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