That Touch of Ink

In the 2nd installment of the Madison Night Mysteries, the interior decorator must solve a murder.

By Diane Vallere Read by Susie Berneis Cozy Mystery / Detective / Fiction English, Unabridged 7h 28m Sell Sheet
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6 Audio CDs Tue Jan 10 00:00:00 UTC 2017 59.99 47.99 9781520063911 Add to Cart
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Part 2 of the Mad for Mod Mysteries series.

Description
							When a rare five thousand dollar bill arrives in the mail, interior decorator Madison Night knows it's a message from her past. In happier times, she once joked that she could be bought for $5000-how could she deny a bill with her name on it? Suspecting the bill indicates trouble, she consults a numismatist. They set up a meet, but upon arrival she finds an abandoned office, a scared dog...and a dead body in the kitchen. The twist? The victim isn't the numismatist; it's a John Doe. The police, led by Lt. Tex Allen, are on the case. But before long, Madison uncovers a kidnapping plot, a unique counterfeit operation, and the true price of her own independence.
Reviews

"The suspense is intense, the plot is hot and the style is to die for. A thoroughly entertaining entry in this enjoyable series." - Catriona McPherson, author of the Dandy Gilver Mystery Series

"A terrific mystery is always in fashion - and this one is sleek, chic and constantly surprising. Vallere's smart styling and wry humor combine for a fresh and original page-turner - it'll have you eagerly awaiting her next appealing adventure. I'm a fan!" - Hank Phillippi Ryan, author of The Other Woman

"A fast-paced mystery with fab fashions, an appealing heroine, and a clever twist, That Touch of Ink is especially for fans of all things mid-century modern." - Reader to Reader

"Diane Vallere...has a wonderful touch, bringing in the design elements and influences of the '50s and '60s era many of us hold dear while keeping a strong focus on what it means in modern times to be a woman in business for herself, starting over." - Fresh Fiction