4 Bodies and A Funeral

4 Bodies and A Funeral

Book - 2009
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Carlotta Wren gets a surprise visit from her father who's on the run from the law. Should she join her former fiance,́ Peter, in proving her father is innocent? If she does, are her body-moving days over?
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Mira, p2009
Branch Call Number: MYSTERY BON PBK
Characteristics: 347 p. ; 17 cm
Alternative Title: Four bodies and a funeral
ISBN: 9780778326687


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Jul 30, 2013

Mystery and a love triangle keep the reader turning the page in the fourth book of the Body Movers series. Carlotta's brother Wesley is as immature as ever, gambling, getting hooked on Oxy's, and getting in deeper with his loan sharks. Carlotta leads ex-fiancé Peter on, hoping he can help exonerate her fugitive father. All the while she worries about the sudden change in Cooper's behavior and continues with her love-hate relationship with Detective Jack Terry.

I loved the book, but was disappointed in the ending, which definitely left the reader hanging.


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Jul 30, 2013

When a world renowned Olympian Eva McCoy sparks a charm bracelet frenzy, Neiman Marcus becomes over-run with customers clamoring to purchase a bracelet from the inspiring athlete in the jewelry department. Carlotta is on duty and stops a crazed lunatic from possibly carrying out one of the many death threats Eva has received. During the struggle Eva's famed bracelet is stolen, but it isn't the last time a charm is connected with a crime.

Several bodies turn up over a period of time, each with a specific charm found in her mouth. When a police profiler implicates Carlotta, and then her fugitive father, Carlotta puts her nose to the ground to snoop out the true killer.


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