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Perfect Sax
Perfect Sax
Author: Jerrilyn Farmer
At first, the dazzling Jazz Ball and charity auction for L.A.'s prestigious Woodburn School of Music promises to be event planner Madeline Bean's greatest triumph to date -- both professionally and personally -- until everything goes straight to Hell. Having to contend with a heap of celebrity trash, a ranting vocal coach, his rabid girlfriend, ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780380817207
ISBN-10: 0380817209
Publication Date: 2/1/2005
Pages: 384
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4 stars, based on 33 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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Excellent read, as usual. This is the 6th in the series. Great plot, great characters, great mystery. Farmer is one of the best when it comes to writing the Cozy mystery! I just can't get enough of Maddie, Wes, Holly and the rest.
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Love this author
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Her books get better with each new one out. I enjoyed this and was stunned by who the killer actually turned out to be.
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Funny, weird mystery. A "beach" book!
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I had never read this author before. It's a delightful book.
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I really enjoyed this series. I love mystery cozies, and had picked one up written by Joan Rivers with help from Jerrilyn Farmer. I ended up joining this book club to find this book and the other ones in the series. I have to say I enjoyed this one and the rest of the series
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This was my favorite book of the Madeline Bean series. I really enjoyed the characters, and the story flowed so well. I like the whole series, but this was the best (so far).
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"At first, the dazzling Jazz Ball and charity auction for L.A.'s prestigious Woodburn School of Music promises to be event planner Madeline Bean's greatest triumph to date--both professionally and personally--until everything goes straight to Hell."

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