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Molly Appleby's career as a reporter for Collector's Weekly is finally taking off, as is her relationship with coworker Matt Harrison. But the more time she spends covering Southern antiques and collectibles, the more times she finds herself face-to-face with a new mystery. And when she's sent to Nashville to cover the famous Heart of Dixie auction, where all the major players in the world of collectibles gather, her hopes of steering clear of foul play are quickly dashed when a renowned and well-respected dealer is found murdered.
Sifting through the clues among the aristocracy of antiques is no easy task, and Molly soon discovers the world of high-end dealers is filled with bitter rivalries, shady tactics, and questionable characters. And when one of them makes an attempt on Molly's life, she realizes time is running out, and as she tries to unlock a mystery shrouded in old secrets and new cover-ups, she just might find that what looks like a priceless antique is the key to a very modern murder.
©2007 Jennifer Stanley; revised copyright 2015 by Jennifer Stanley (P)2016 Tantor
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By Beatrice on 04-24-16

Five Stars

This is a fast read with a lot of twists and turns that keep you interested. The plot and the characters are all well developed and realistic. I look forward to the next book in this series.

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By LOYL-00 on 04-10-17

The antique show must go on!

Molly Appleby's job as a reporter takes her to Nashville to a major antique show. Who knew so much intrigue could be found at an antique show.

Ellery Adams is stories are becoming better with each book. The character's personalities are growing with each murder. Bravo!

I also feel the narrator, Andi Arndt, makes the audible version worth the credit. I could read the kindle version and like this story but the acting (voice play) is excellent. Makes it worth the credit

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