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SHAKESPEARE'S LANDLORD by CHARLAINE HARRIS

In a sleep Southern town, she cleans houses and gathers secrets - until she uncovers one secret too many.

Summary

Lily Bard is a loner. Fiercely protective of her independence, she concentrates on her karate skills and her work as the proprietor of a cleaning and errand-running service, and pays little attention to the town around her. When her landlord is murdered, though, she looks like the prime suspect. Uncovering the real killer may be the only way to prove her innocence, and Lily realizes that she must focus on the other residents of tiny Shakespeare. Her job gives her easy access to people's private lives, and she begins to snoop, finding plenty of skeleton-filled closets, and exposing herself to the unwanted attentions of a murderer.

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Shakespeare's Landlord
(Lily Bard Mystery: Book 1)
by Charlaine Harris

Dell
July 1, 1997
Available: July 7, 1997
ISBN #0440224187
EAN #9780440224181
256 pages
Paperback
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