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Drawing Conclusions Drawing Conclusions

By: Deirdre Verne
Series: A Sketch in Crime Mystery #1
Specs: Trade Paperback | 9780738741314
English  |  312 pages | 5 x 8 IN
Pub Date: February 2015
Price: $14.99 US,  $17.50 CAN

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Cece dumpster dives her way through this suspense-filled murder mystery

Cece Prentice is a most unusual young woman. Heiress to a large fortune thanks to her doctor father, who is the head of a genome company on Long Island, Cece is also a freegan—ecologically-minded and socially conscious. If that happens to include dumpster diving for half an old hamburger, previously started by someone she has never met, then so be it.

Cece would still be going about her ordinary, albeit weird, life had her beloved twin brother Teddy not been murdered. Drawn into the police investigation, CeCe uses her sketching abilities and knowledge of her father's company to provide Detective DeRosa with the clues he needs to ferret out what happened to Teddy. But she soon realizes that this mystery is much more complicated than she ever imagined.


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