By Ellery Adams
Whereas jogging her poodle, Olivia Limoges discovers a lifeless physique buried within the sand. may well or not it's hooked up to the unusual burglaries plaguing Oyster Bay, North Carolina? At each crime scene, the thieves organize ordinary tableaus: a stick of butter with a knife via it, dolls with silver spoons of their mouths, a deck of playing cards with a lacking queen. Olivia realizes every one setup represents a clich?. And who larger to decode the clich? clues than her Bayside publication Writers team?
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At six thirty in the morning, they’d taken black coffees and bagels with cream cheese to a café table to talk business over breakfast. Olivia had met Captain Fergusson over the summer, and after serving his shrimp to the patrons of her five-star restaurant, The Boot Top Bistro, she would order from no other shrimper. Not only did his catches taste as fresh as the moment they’d been lifted from the ocean, but the captain was also a sharp businessman who treated both his crew and his customers with equal fairness.
Haviland whined and rushed to her, his snout exploring her partially hidden face. “I’m not hurt, Captain,” she said, turning away from the horrible thing on the beach. She lowered her mouth to the sand and breathed deeply. Once she had a lungful of air, she had to look back, to try to comprehend the atrocity she’d uncovered. For surely that’s what it was. No other word could adequately describe the loose, waxy flesh, the torn pieces of skin, the drooping eyes, or the presence of half a dozen crabs, creeping over what was once a nose, a mouth, a cheek.
Might save me a few trips to the principal’s office. I was there so much last year that I got to know all about his secretary’s love life. ” Olivia laughed. “Thanks, Dixie. I’m going to finish this life-affirming treat and then head to the restaurant. ” “He’s a chef, ’Livia. You hang over his shoulder and you’re liable to get a cleaver in the face. Go see that man of yours. ” After placing a twenty on the counter, Olivia stepped out into the sunlight. Instead of walking to her car or in the direction of her lover’s bookstore, she and Haviland headed for the docks.
A Deadly Cliche (A Books by the Bay Mystery 02) by Ellery Adams