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The Sugar House: Tess Monaghan Series, Book 5
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Recorded Books, Inc. 2008
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Laura Lippman won the Nero Wolfe Award for this powerful mystery. Former journalist turned P.I. Tess Monaghan thought she knew Baltimore like the back of her hand-but what she doesn't know just might kill her in this grim yet irresistible novel. ". a rare find: a puzzle so finely calibrated that each new disclosure brings revelation and deepening mystery at the same time ." -Kirkus Reviews
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Street Date:
02/27/2008
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781456103361
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Laura Lippman. (2008). The Sugar House: Tess Monaghan Series, Book 5. Unabridged Recorded Books, Inc.

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Laura Lippman. 2008. The Sugar House: Tess Monaghan Series, Book 5. Recorded Books, Inc.

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Laura Lippman, The Sugar House: Tess Monaghan Series, Book 5. Recorded Books, Inc, 2008.

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Laura Lippman. The Sugar House: Tess Monaghan Series, Book 5. Unabridged Recorded Books, Inc, 2008.

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        Glue-sniffing teen Henry Dembrow goes to prison after confessing to killing a young Jane Doe found with a small rubber hose tied in a bow around her neck. A month later he, too, is dead. Coincidence? Ruthie Dembrow, Henry's sister, has her doubts and asks former Baltimore reporter Tess Monaghan, the heroine of this first (and first-rate) hardcover in a justly acclaimed series, to investigate. Tess agrees only because her father, Patrick, says he owes Ruthie one. Going over the facts of the crime, Tess realizes that she needs to identify the victim and to learn how the victim came to know her alleged killer. On the home front, Patrick's disapproval of her current love, Crow, strains their relationship. Edgar and Agatha winner Lippman (Charm City; In Big Trouble), a feature writer for the Baltimore Sun, really knows her town. She takes Tess far from the tourist stops into crumbling, neglected parts of the historic port city and beyond. Annapolis, a questionable clinic on the Eastern Shore and Philadelphia all figure in Tess's struggle to uncover the connections between a sordid killing and the pursuit of wealth and power in the state capital. As she digs deeper with assists from her wealthy pal, Whitney, major players begin to squirm and lives and reputations are in danger, including her own. Far from perfect, Tess finds she must carefully consider the compromises others have made for good or ill while not straying too far from her own principles. Nobody gets away clean, but some scores are settled, which at times has to be enough.

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