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BOOK REVIEW: THE MURDEROUS GLAZE
BY MELISSA GLAZER

We hope you enjoy this book review by Patricia Reid.



Fire At Will is a very unique name for a paint-your-own-pottery shop and even better is The Firing Squad a group that meets to work on pottery at Fire At Will. Carolyn Emerson is the owner of Fire At Will. The local Sheriff, John Hodges, places her on the top of his list of suspects in the murder of Betty Wickline.

The body of Betty Wickline was found by Carolyn in the pottery shop and a ceramic tool was sticking out of her chest. The shop was supposed to be locked so it is a mystery how Betty was murdered inside the shop.

Maple Ridge, Vermont is a nice little town with a lot of quaint shops. Carolyn has done a good business and even has an employee, David, to help her out but as soon as word gets out about Bettyís murder Carolynís business takes a dive. Carolynís husband Bill assures her that Sheriff Hodges will find the murderer and things will get back to normal but Carolyn is not buying her husbandís reassurances.

Carolyn enlists all of the members of The Firing Squad to come to her aid in locating the murderer. The investigation proves to be interesting as well as dangerous.

This is the first book in a clay and crime series. A Murderous Glaze introduces some interesting characters and I look forward to the next book.

REVIEWED BY PATRICIA REID

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