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A Dead Red Oleander (The Dead Red Mystery Series, Book 3)

by RP Dahlke

Published Jun 10, 2012 by Dead Bear Publishing; 4th Edition (June 10, 2012)

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4.2 out of 5 on Amazon with 912 ratings

What if quitting your boring job put you in line for murder?

Her beloved great aunt wants to barbecue dad's side-kick, Bruce the goat, her man-hungry cousin has her sights set on her top pilot, and her new hire is really a CPA hiding from a vicious Las Vegas hitman. Then things really start to get messy.

Nominated for a Global Award in Mystery


"This author is an exceptional talent bringing her characters to life--you feel like you've met them before! My only regret--I am finished reading and have to wait who knows how long for my next "fix" from this author! Read it and enjoy!" Tech Teacher, Amazon Review


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