Rampaging Russians, Deadly Teapots, Twin Sleuths, Old Magicians and MURDER!
Another zany Silver Sisters escapade
Twin sleuths Goldie and Godiva, the Silver Sisters, are at it again. This time they're-tracking seven stolen teapots from Alaska to LA. To add to the fun, the twins' eighty-one-year-old mother and uncle, Flossie and Sterling Silver who are former vaudeville magicians, get into the act! The Russian samovar teapots sell quickly, but people begin to die
A shipment of Russian samovars failed to arrive at Goldie's antique shop in Juneau, Alaska and the ladies from the Russian Orthodox church are driving her crazy. They ordered one of the fancy tea urns as a gift for the retiring priest, but before the wayward antiques are located, his young replacement is murdered. A rampant crime wave has just begun in quiet little Juneau when her identical twin, Godiva Olivia DuBois, syndicated Beverly Hills advice columnist, pays Goldie a visit with her celebrity chef boyfriend in tow!
The samovars sell quickly, and Goldie has only one left when two menacing Russians bumble into her shop. By the next day it seems the seven beautiful antiques are cursed. Everyone in town who received one of the samovars has been beaten or murdered, and two more customers are likely targets.
But our curvy sleuths are hot on the killers' trail with plenty of twist and turns and a surprise at the end.
Whodunit or Whydunit?
- Why are the teapots worth killing for?
- What are the thugs really after?
- Will they get away with murder?
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About the Author
Former interior designer, MORGAN lives in Las Vegas, is on the board of Writers of Southern Nevada and belongs to multiple writers' groups. In addition to the Silver Sisters series, she also collaborates with other writers in addition to writing her own novels and short stories. Morgan frequently appears on the radio, author's panels and is an entertaining speaker. Published short stories include contributions to two Chicken Soup for the Soul books, many anthologies including the single author anthology The Mafia Funeral and Other Short Stories. She gives workshops at writers' conferences and has written 12 books and over 600 published articles on diverse subjects. In November, 2014 she and true crime author Dennis N. Griffin launched the Writers' Tricks of the Trade Show with Morgan St. James on Blog Talk Radio. Visit www.morganstjames-author.com http: //writerstricksofthetrade.blogspot.com After living in Alaska for many years, PHYLLICE, an award-winning graphic designer, fine artist, and published writer, who formerly owned an antique shop, moved to a quaint 100 year old house in McMinnville, Oregon. She has been a political print consultant for campaigns including four gubernatorial races and five candidates for U.S. Senate. Over the years Phyllice has won four Alaska Press Club awards and two National awards for newsletter publications. She is the co-author of Juneau Centennial Cookbook and Touring Juneau. Phyllice works out of her own art studio, and is a co-owner of the Currents Art Gallery in McMinnville, Oregon. Visit www.bradnerartstudio.com