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MURDER HAD A LITTLE LAMB
by Cynthia Baxter

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Mystery, Amateur Sleuth

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Baxter's popular veterinarian detective is back and in the midst of another murder mystery -- this one hitting close to home. Jessica Popper is funny and smart as she leads a cast of characters that's both entertaining and unforgettable. Her investigation is a wild ride, and readers will love the end of Jess' single-girl storyline.

Jessica's nuptials are interrupted when the body of an estranged cousin on her fiance's side of the family turns up. As "I do" becomes "whodunit," the veterinarian is embroiled in another murder investigation. Jessica goes undercover at the exclusive school where the victim worked as an animal care teacher, drawing on her experience as a vet as she dodges snobby teenagers and unfriendly faculty to find a killer. (BANTAM, Nov., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Pat Cooper

Publisher: BANTAM

Published: November 2009

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