|Publish Date:||Nov 1998|
|Number of Pages:||256|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.3|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||4.0 x 6.5 x 0.5|
In Churchill's ninth Jane Jeffry novel, the amateur sleuth and single mom journeys to an isolated Wisconsin camp and conference center as part of a group to check it out for their school board and city council. All goes well until Jane and best friend Shelley find one of their own dead in the woods. The body disappears, however, and the "dead" guy turns up alive and well. Jane, of course, investigates: she suspects trickery by local environmentalists. A basically familiar plot, told in a breezy, familiar style. For larger collections or where the series is popular.
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Suburban Chicago widow Jane Jeffry hates cooking, but loves food. She can't think of a worse fate than a rustic outing in a Wisconsin resort where she discovers a corpse, seemingly bludgeoned by a frying pan. When the body disappears and the "victim" reappears, Jane sets out to find out what's going on in this wacky wilderness wonderland.