By Casey Mayes
Savannah Stone makes her residing developing puzzles for good judgment enthusiasts. but if a amateur puzzle maker's quantity is up, Savannah has to fill within the blanks to resolve a homicide . . .
Savannah may nearly quite drink poison than have tea with Joanna Clayton. not just is the disagreeable lady one of many worst gossips in Asheville, North Carolina, over tea she flaunts her new task developing common sense puzzles for an area newspaper--one that has many times became down Savannah's paintings.
But while Savannah's retired police leader husband, Zach, calls her later to inform her Joanna has really been poisoned, she is greater than puzzled--she's stricken. Will the police think about puzzle envy a powerful sufficient rationale and imagine she made up our minds to get rid of the contest? It's time for Savannah to variety via Joanna's lengthy checklist of enemies to determine who used to be sour sufficient to poison the potential puzzle maker . . .
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A Grid for Murder (A Mystery by the Numbers, Book 3) by Casey Mayes