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The Fruit of Lies: A Chautauqua Murder Mystery (Paperback)
When tyrannical billionaire Thomas C. Whistler is drowned in the bathtub of his Chautauqua Institution McMansion in July 2018, everyone looks guilty. Especially his seven glib and greedy grown-up kids. Luckily, Chautauquan Daily reporter and relentless snoop Mimi Goldman is on the extra-tricky case, sifting through a lifetime of lies to nab a killer-and still find time to say "I do" to her man. The sixth installment in a popular Agatha Christie-like series by award-winning New York Post headline writer Deb Pines, once again, delivers page-turning suspense. Romance. And the unforgettable setting of Chautauqua, a quirky, churchy historic lakeside summer arts community that, in 1874, launched an adult-education movement Teddy Roosevelt called "the most American thing in America.
About the Author
Deb Pines is an award-winning headline writer and copy editor for The New York Post. A former reporter, she's also a mother of two, a former committee chair of the Mystery Writers of America, New York chapter, and a special-studies teacher in the Chautauqua Institution where her novels are set. Her debut 2013 Mimi Goldman mystery, In the Shadow of Death, is a top-seller in the Institution. Her 2017 novel Beside Still Waters, was named an IndieReader-Approved Title. She lives in New York City with her husband Dave.