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Number of Pages: 304
Publication Date: 1997
|Dimensions: 8 X 5.3 (inches)|
Women Who Do Too Much: How to Stop Doing It All and Start Enjoying Your LifePatricia SprinkleZondervan / 2002 / Trade Paperback$8.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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The Chronicles of Narnia, One-Volume Edition, SoftcoverC.S. LewisHarperCollins / Trade Paperback$14.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 5 Reviews
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A teenage girl has been missing from her Montgomery, Alabama, home for six weeks. She may be a runaway, a crime victim, or both. Whats amazing is other peoples lack of concern. Just one person cares that shes gone: a spunky amateur sleuth on the sunset end of sixty. Armed with razor-sharp insight, a salty wit, and tenacious faith, MacLaren Yarbrough follows a trail of clues -- a wisp of a hint, a shadow of a lie -- in search of answers to questions that come hot and fast and that grow increasingly alarming. How did a fifteen-year-old girl come across a large sum of money? Why did she hide it instead of taking it with her? Where is she now? And who is willing to kill to keep MacLaren from probing too far? Masked by Dixie charm and the scent of honeysuckle, a deadly secret lies coiled . . . one that holds the ultimate answer to the question, When Did We Lose Harriet? When Did We Lose Harriet? is the first of the MacLaren Yarbrough Mysteries, featuring plucky, sixty-some heroine MacLaren Yarbrough. Look for further books in this series in the near future.
Patricia H. Sprinkle is a freelance writer whose nonfiction books include the companion to this volume, Children Who Do Too Little. She is also a best-selling mystery writer and an active member of Sisters in Crime and Mystery Writers of America. She is a frequent speaker at seminars and womens conferences and lives in Miami with her husband. They have two grown children.
Tiffani5 Stars Out Of 5April 23, 2009TiffaniThis is the first in the MacLaren Yarbrough or Thoroghly Southern Mysteries as they are more commonly known. All of Patrica Sprinkle's book are great but this being the first in the series really gets you interested in her work. If you like good "who done it" mystery, you will love this book!!
Sandra Franklin2 Stars Out Of 5September 5, 2008Sandra FranklinI have read and loved many Patricia Sprinkle books. I was uncomfortable with this novel. It was missing something, and I would not recommend it to other Patricia Sprinkle fans.