Saturday, May 3, 2008

New Christian Books to Bug Your Library About! library wouldn't buy the first book but oddly bought the 2nd....never let it be said that my library makes sense.

the Bargain Hunter Mysteries Series is written by Sharon Dunn.

Death of a Garage Sale Newbie (Book1)

Since when do three women, bonded together by the need to clip coupons and be first in line at door buster sales, solve crimes?

Since the fourth member of the Bargain Hunters Network was found dead.
When they suspect Mary Margret's murder was prompted by something she purchased at a garage sale the morning of her death, the three amateur sleuths begin to investigate.
Suzanne is a mother of three with another on the way.
Kindra is a college student with a taste for designer clothes but not the budget.
And Ginger is an active baby boomer whose world is filled with scouting the clearance racks, church activities, and helping her retired husband, Earl, test his inventions.
Their discoveries take them back twenty years to a dark and buried perhaps better left there.

Death of a Six-Foot Teddy Bear (Book2)

Another murder mystery for the Bargain Hunters Network-only this time, one of them is a suspect!
Ginger and her husband, Earl, are in for a wild ride in Calamity, Nevada, along with the other BHN ladies-college student Kindra, mother-of-four Suzanne, and sassy senior Arleta.

They came to town for the Invention Expo and some outlet shopping, but instead they endure lost luggage, broken air conditioning, and a long line of people angry at hotel owner Dustin Clydell. With the Invention Expo and the Squirrel Lovers' convention both in town, the Wind-Up Hotel has somehow overbooked.

Before the night is over, a man has been found dead in a teddy bear costume, the Invention Expo has been canceled, Binky the water-skiing squirrel has gone missing.and the authorities want to talk to one of the BHN ladies! What else could possibly go wrong?

Once again, the Bargain Hunters Network swings into sleuth mode to solve the murder-and this time, clear one of their own. Along the way, Ginger discovers something even better than a bargain.

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