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Hold a scorpion
Genre Form
Detective and mystery fiction. fst01726581 (Source: OCoLC)
Fiction. fst01423787 (Source: OCoLC)
Mystery fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.
Geographic Coverage
LCC: PS3558.O8926 H65 2016 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 813/.54 full
Identified By
Lccn: 2017295746
text (Source: rdacontent)
One afternoon while standing outside her newly renovated Malibu house, Diana Poole sees a woman across the highway waving at her, but Diana doesn't recognize her. Still waving, the woman walks into the oncoming cars and is killed instantly. Why would anyone do such a thing?The next night, still horrified by the accident, Diana is held at gunpoint by a man demanding the dead woman's scorpion. What kind of scorpion? A live one? A brooch? A pendant? Diana searches the accident scene and finds a diamond-encrusted object in the shape of a scorpion. Breathless, she remembers her movie-star mother showing it to her the last time she saw her alive.With the diamond-encrusted object as her only clue, Diana goes on a heart-pounding journey determined to find answers. But asking a lot of questions can upset people-especially the unpredictable killer who's stalking her.
Authorized Access Point
Howe, Melodie Johnson, Hold a scorpion