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Dying to Live in Palm Beach

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  • Sales Rank:87,470
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:227
  • Publication Date:January 8, 2013
  • ASIN:B008RBT5TQ


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For a group of eight close-knit widows living in Palm Beach, life is for celebrating. Spending their time on lavish shopping trips, playing bridge, and exchanging witty barbs over glasses of wine about who might be looking for a new husband, these friends enjoy the good life. That is, until one of them takes the celebration a bit too far.

It all started innocently enough: picking up someone else’s credit card by mistake, making a few charges, and hoping Bunny Boardman wouldn’t notice. And then doing it again the next week, reasoning away any lingering moral concerns.

But when Bunny does notice, things turn grave fast. The police chalk up the ensuing deaths to natural causes, but the inimitable Flossy Kane suspects it’s not that simple—and that they’re all in danger. Oxygen tank in tow and with the help of her home health aide, Frances, Flossy is determined to prove the police wrong (and save her own life) in this lighthearted whodunit.


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