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Dead as a Doornail (1998)

by Grant Michaels

Series: Stan Kraychik (6)

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A Stan Kraychik Mystery Newly wealthy ex-hairdresser Stan Kraychik buys the last unrenovated brownstone in Boston's fabulously chic South End only to have renovations held up by the murder of the young, attractive contractor. Because the victim bears some resemblance to Stan himself, the police think he might be the intended target and want him to leave town while they look for the killer. Insread Stan begins to snoop around on his own and discovers a web of secrets and jealousies that someone is prepared to kill to protect.… (more)



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Kann es sein, dass inzwischen irgendwie der Schwung aus den heiteren Krimis ist? ( )
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