From Back of Book: "Ann Arbor, Michigan--home of a famous football team, a university full of experts and egomaniacs, and a lot of aging hippies, mellowing radicals, and art-school eccentrics. It is also the home of Anneke Haagen, a computer consultant who spends one spring morning on the garage-sale circuit. For Anneke, it's a day of scrounging through other people's musty junk for the Big Score--until she stumbles on an antiques dealer who has been brutally attacked, and whose last words are as baffling as they are politically incorrect."
"when the suspicion of murder falls on her friend, Ellen Nakamura, Anneke must prove her innocence. That means not only working alongside a hunky, ex-professional football player turned detective who she's starting to fall for, but searching for the one garage-sale find that wasn't just a Big Score, it was to die for..."
This is the second Anneke Haagen book I have read. I find I like them. They move quickly but keep one in suspense. I will read more. I reccomend this cozy mystery/romance for a fun light read.
An Anneke Haagen mystery. An entertaining read. Anyone who loves garage sales, flea markets and antique marts will love this mystery. Excellent depiction of live in a large university town (Ann Arbor, home of University of Michigan).