The Alpine Xanadu

The Alpine Xanadu

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" A new exhilarating installment in Mary Daheim's beloved and long-running small-town murder mystery series set in Alpine, Washington, and featuring unforgettable newspaper editor Emma Lord. Winter in the small mountain aerie of Alpine should be as quiet as new-fallen snow on the Cascades, but from the Grocery Basket to the Venison Inn, the town is humming. At the Alpine Advocate, editor Emma Lord and her staff are on deadline with a feature about the opening of RestHaven, a new rehab and mental health facility. Front Street is buzzing with gossip about Emma's recent engagement to Sheriff Milo Dodge. And now that fool Wayne Eriks has climbed an electric pole in the middle of a storm and got himself electrocuted. Sheriff Dodge doesn't buy the idea that Wayne's death is an accident. But how and, more important, why he died is only one of the conundrums that keep the sheriff and Emma working overtime. Why is RestHaven giving Alpine so many restless nights? What to make of allegations that someone's trying to kill the richest man in town . . . or whispers of a rash of indecent behavior at the local high school? After Vida Runkel, the Advocate 's stalwart Hous
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, c2013.
ISBN: 9780345535344
9780345535313
Characteristics: 319 p. ;,22 cm.

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LauraSteinert
Sep 11, 2015

It has finally happened! A rift between Emma and Vida that cannot be mended over a cup of tea or a good meal. Vida has put herself in a horrible position, and Emma is too distracted to see how bad it is! Most exciting ending of all the books so far--a real cliff-hanger that makes me wonder if The Advocate will survive. Other stuff happens, too.

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