The Cheshire Cat's Eye (A Sharon Mccone Mystery)
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Series: A Sharon Mccone Mystery | Publication Date: April 1, 1990
Investigating her friend's murder, private eye Sharon McCone follows a trail into San Francisco's glamorous architectural community in search of a very valuable clue--a Tiffany lamp adorned with the grinning face of a Cheshire Cat. Reissue.
We will have a table and be giving away books at the Family Reading Festival on Saturday, Feb 4th from 10AM to 4PM. Located at the Main Library in downtown Akron.
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Left on the bookshelf when picking up some cheddar bagels for tomorrow's breakfast. Enjoy the book!
Released for St. Patrick's day -- Happy St. Patrick's Day!