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Callahan Garrity is the ownerof house mouse, a cleaningservice that tidies up afterAtlanta's elite. She's also aformer cop and a part-timesleuth. She and her coterie ofdevoted helpers can ransack ahouse for clues faster than ittakes a fingerprint to set.
From her time on the Atlanta policeforce, Callahan has excelledat mopping up messes of all kinds. But shehas no idea what she's getting into when sheagrees to work for infamous antiques dealerElliot Littlefield.
The first day on the job, she and her creware on the trail of a stolen Civil War diary.Soon they are tangling with deadly seriouscollectors, right-wing radicals, and impulsiveteenagers, all of which make the case evenmore difficult to solve.
About the Author
MARY KAY ANDREWS is the author of nine bestselling novels and ten critically acclaimed mysteries. A former reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, she lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
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“Well told and absorbing.”
“Memorable Southern personalities and on-target dialogue lift this appealing whodunit well above the norm.”