By Barbara Allan
Spring has sprung a massive leak in far-from-serene Serenity, because the Mississippi River drops in for a longer remain. With houses and companies flooded, how higher to assist the city get well then through staging a church bazaar? Brandy Borne is aware her mom Vivian's plan, how-ever is likely to lean towards weird and wonderful, particularly whilst she hears mom wheedle a reclusive Russian heiress into donating the final Faberge egg ever created! while the profitable bidder turns up mortally scrambled, Brandy and mom cook dinner up a plan to crack the case of this killer...Who is one heavily undesirable egg.
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Ashland stoked his chin with one hand. “There was an expert from Chicago, who appraised the egg some years ago—for insurance purposes. ” “Well then, there’s our answer,” Mother said brightly. ” Ashland was nodding slowly. “Perhaps. I’ll try to contact him. ” With that, we left a somewhat appeased Clifford Ashland, who went back in as we walked to my car. I had a queasy feeling in the pit of my stomach that had nothing to do with morning sickness. No one had yet mentioned other obvious pitfalls in auctioning off such a valuable and rare item—little things, like crowd control and police security….
Perhaps. I’ll try to contact him. ” With that, we left a somewhat appeased Clifford Ashland, who went back in as we walked to my car. I had a queasy feeling in the pit of my stomach that had nothing to do with morning sickness. No one had yet mentioned other obvious pitfalls in auctioning off such a valuable and rare item—little things, like crowd control and police security…. Had Mother finally bitten off more than she could chew? Was she about to meet her Waterloo? And why was I rhyming all of a sudden?
The publisher, Samuel Woods, understands that there could be some large-ticket items, yes … but he has no idea there might be anything of this magnitude. Or that the likes of Christie’s and Sotheby’s will be on hand. ” He raised an eyebrow. “Be sure to get the publisher’s offer in writing before you announce it,” Ashland the businessman said. ” Madam Petrova looked at her nephew. ” Ashland’s smile couldn’t have been more casual if they’d been discussing whether to lend the neighbors a cup of sugar.
Antiques Bizarre by Barbara Allan