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Drawing conclusions: a sketch in crime mystery
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Woodbury, Minnesota : Midnight Ink, [2015].
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304 pages ; 21 cm.
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MYSTERY Verne, D.

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While she never saw eye to eye with her father—the ambitious director of a renowned genetics research center—CeCe Prentice always remained close to her brother, Teddy. When Teddy is found dead at the lab where he worked for their father, CeCe's efforts to mourn the tragic loss are interrupted by several attempts on her own life. CeCe is naturally drawn in to the investigation, teaming up with Detective Frank DeRosa, the officer assigned to protect her. Together, they begin looking into the circumstances surrounding Teddy’s death, only to discover the truth may be found closer to home than they think—in CeCe’s own paintings.

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While she never saw eye to eye with her father—the ambitious director of a renowned genetics research center—CeCe Prentice always remained close to her brother, Teddy. When Teddy is found dead at the lab where he worked for their father, CeCe's efforts to mourn the tragic loss are interrupted by several attempts on her own life. CeCe is naturally drawn in to the investigation, teaming up with Detective Frank DeRosa, the officer assigned to protect her. Together, they begin looking into the circumstances surrounding Teddy’s death, only to discover the truth may be found closer to home than they think—in CeCe’s own paintings.

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APA Citation (style guide)

Verne, D. (2015). Drawing conclusions: a sketch in crime mystery. First edition. Woodbury, Minnesota, Midnight Ink.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Verne, Deirdre, 1965-. 2015. Drawing Conclusions: A Sketch in Crime Mystery. Woodbury, Minnesota, Midnight Ink.

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Verne, Deirdre, 1965-, Drawing Conclusions: A Sketch in Crime Mystery. Woodbury, Minnesota, Midnight Ink, 2015.

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Verne, Deirdre. Drawing Conclusions: A Sketch in Crime Mystery. First edition. Woodbury, Minnesota, Midnight Ink, 2015.

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