The Angel and the Jabberwocky Murders

The Angel and the Jabberwocky Murders

An Augusta Goodnight Mystery (with Heavenly Recipes)

Book - 2006
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Baker & Taylor
Guardian angel and heavenly sleuth Augusta Goodnight joins forces with Lucy Nan Pilgrim, a long-time resident of Stone's Throw, South Carolina, to investigate the mysterious disappearances of a number of young women, a case complicated by the "Jabberwocky" clues that keep turning up all over the local college campus and by murder.

McMillan Palgrave
Augusta Goodnight, heavenly sleuth and guardian angel, is a welcome boarder with longtime resident Lucy Nan Pilgrim in the seemingly tranquil town of Stone's Throw, South Carolina. And Augusta's divine intervention is needed now more than ever. The local college is the kind of safe place where students don't even lock their doors. At least it used to be, until girls started mysteriously disappearing.



When the body of another student, D. C. Hunter, is found in a shed by the lake, Lucy and Augusta must race to figure out if her murder is connected to the deaths of two other girls. Should Augusta focus on the English professor who was having an affair with D.C.? Or on the seemingly cheerful caretaker who happened to discover two of the bodies? And what is the meaning of the "Jabberwocky" clues that keep turning up around campus?



It will take some heavenly help---and a little home cooking---to restore the peace of the town.


Holtzbrinck
Augusta Goodnight, heavenly sleuth and guardian angel, is a welcome boarder with longtime resident Lucy Nan Pilgrim in the seemingly tranquil town of Stone’s Throw, South Carolina. And Augusta’s divine intervention is needed now more than ever. The local college is the kind of safe place where students don’t even lock their doors. At least it used to be, until girls started mysteriously disappearing.



            When the body of another student, D. C. Hunter, is found in a shed by the lake, Lucy and Augusta must race to figure out if her murder is connected to the deaths of two other girls. Should Augusta focus on the English professor who was having an affair with D.C.? Or on the seemingly cheerful caretaker who happened to discover two of the bodies? And what is the meaning of the “Jabberwocky” clues that keep turning up around campus?



            It will take some heavenly help---and a little home cooking---to restore the peace of the town. 


Blackwell North Amer
Augusta Goodnight, heavenly sleuth and guardian angel, is a welcome boarder with longtime resident Lucy Nan Pilgrim in the seemingly tranquil town of Stone's Throw, South Carolina. And Augusta's divine intervention is needed now more than ever. The local college is the kind of safe place where students don't even lock their doors. At least it used to be, until girls started mysteriously disappearing.
When the body of another student, D.C. Hunter, is found in a shed by the lake, Lucy and Augusta must race to figure out if her murder is connected to the deaths of two other girls. Should Augusta focus on the English professor who was having an affair with D.C.? Or on the seemingly cheerful caretaker who happened to discover two of the bodies? And what is the meaning of the "Jabberwocky" clues that keep turning up around campus?
It will take some heavenly help - and a little home cooking - to restore the peace of the town.

Baker
& Taylor

Guardian angel and heavenly sleuth Augusta Goodnight joins forces with Lucy Nan Pilgrim, a long-time resident of Stone's Throw, South Carolina, to investigate the mysterious disappearances of a number of young women.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Minotaur, 2006
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312354190
0312354193
Branch Call Number: Mystery Ballard
Characteristics: 262 p. ; 22 cm

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