The Odd Job

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Published Road, 2012.
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Charlotte MacLeod., & Charlotte MacLeod|AUTHOR. (2012). The Odd Job . Road.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Charlotte MacLeod and Charlotte MacLeod|AUTHOR. 2012. The Odd Job. Road.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Charlotte MacLeod and Charlotte MacLeod|AUTHOR. The Odd Job Road, 2012.

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Charlotte MacLeod, and Charlotte MacLeod|AUTHOR. The Odd Job Road, 2012.

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    [synopsis] => One of Boston's landmark museums is shaken by a savage murder When the doddering patrons of the Wilkins Museum learned that dozens of their priceless masterworks had been stolen and replaced by forgeries, there was no one to turn to but Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohnthe savviest art detectives of the Boston upper crust. Nabbing the crooks was easy, but finding the missing paintings has proven trickier. Years later, the collection's prized Titian is still lost, and the new director, loudmouthed cattle baron Elwyn Fleesom Turbot, is getting impatient. And things get even more troublesome when members of his staff begin to die.   It starts when Dolores Tawne, the elderly, bossy museum administrator, is stabbed through the base of her skull with an antique hatpin. Inside the dead woman's safe deposit box Sarah finds clues to a conspiracy that stretches back decades and a way to stop the murders that are still to come.
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