Antiques Foe (Main)

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Product Details

Price
$29.99  $27.89
Publisher
Severn House
Publish Date
Pages
208
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.6 X 1.0 inches | 0.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781448309627

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About the Author

Barbara Allan is the joint pseudonym of husband-and-wife mystery writers, Barbara and Max Allan Collins. Barbara is an acclaimed short-story writer, and Max is a multi-award-winning New York Times bestselling novelist and Mystery Writers of America Grand Master. Their previous collaborations have included one son, several short story collections, and twenty novels. They live in Muscatine, Iowa - their Serenity-esque hometown - in a house filled with trash and treasures.

Reviews

Humorous asides and loads of antique lore . . . Allan delivers the cozy goods-- "Publishers Weekly on Antiques Liquidation"
Best for readers of cozy mysteries who enjoy small-town living, humor with a side of murder, and cute canine companions-- "Library Journal on Antiques Liquidation"
Amusing mystery chockablock with antiques lore-- "Kirkus Review on Antiques Liquidation"
This humorous cozy with its multiple plot twists is framed by close family relationships, a lovingly detailed setting, and information about antiques-- "Booklist on Antiques Carry On"
Vivian and Brandy share narrative duties, and their amusing commentary provides much of the book's appeal. Allan consistently entertains-- "Publishers Weekly on Antiques Carry On"
Delightfully quirky . . . For those fond of feel-good cozies, Allan delivers-- "Publishers Weekly on Antiques Fire Sale"
The usual mix of humor, detection, and flamboyant personalities adds sparkle-- "Kirkus Reviews on Antiques Fire Sale"
One of the best in Allan's long-running series, which is always humorous and full of tips for antiques hunters-- "Kirkus Reviews on Antiques Ravin'"
Fans of J.C. Eaton's "Sophie Kimball" books may want to try this series-- "Library Journal on Antiques Ravin'"
This humorous cozy - with its well-drawn, quirky characters - is a hoot-- "Booklist on Antiques Ravin'"
A mystery that has it all: humor, zany characters, antiquing tips, and recipes to brighten your day-- "Kirkus Reviews"
Framed by small-town life in Iowa, with interesting details on antiques, this fun cozy includes recipes and tips on collecting sports memorabilia-- "Booklist"