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Photo, Snap, Shot (A Kiki Lowenstein Scrap-N-Craft Mystery) Paperback – May 8, 2010
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In Agatha-finalist Slan's diverting third scrapbooking mystery (after 2009's Cut, Crop & Die), Kiki Lowenstein's 12-year-old daughter, Anya, a student at St. Louis's fancy Charles and Anne Lindbergh Academy, ventures with another girl into the balcony of the school theater, where they stumble on the dead body of an unpopular teacher, Sissy Gilchrist. Hired on the basis of her family's social standing, Sissy was dating a black man—an act that may have given someone motive for murder. Kiki teams again with her crush, the unfortunately married Det. Chad Detweiler, who investigated her husband's still unsolved murder in the first book in the series, Paper, Scissors, Death (2008). Kiki's job at Time in a Bottle, a scrapbooking store, sometimes distracts from the murder investigation, but the subject of racial prejudice makes this a cut above the usual craft-themed cozy. (May)
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About the Author
Joanna Campbell Slan (Washington, D.C.) is an international authority in the scrapbooking community. She is the author of over ten books on the subject, and her work has appeared in all of the industry's top magazines. In 2004, Slan founded a contest for scrapbookers in the U.K called "The Best of British Scrapbooking," which still runs today. Additionally, Joanna is one of the early Chicken Soup for the Soul authors, and in 2007, she co-founded Sisters in Crime's Forensic University of St. Louis.
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Top customer reviews
When your child is not safe at school, your life takes a serious turn.
This is a solid murder mystery that covers multiple adult issues that plagued our society currently. The murders are shocking, the investigative sites are shocking, and the topics are, at times, beyond what may be comfortable for 'cozy' readers.
The only thing cozy about this book is the occupation of the amateur which is working in a scrapbooking store. Also, the amateur sleuth angle.
Ms. Joanna Campbell Slan, a noted Toastmaster, motivational speaker has written a first-rate novel which will make me look forward to the next in the series. Her audience should broaden and I sincerely hope she gets recognized for this series.