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Author Lippman, Laura, 1959-

Title Baltimore blues [Hoopla electronic resource] / Laura Lippman.

Publication Info. [United States] : Harper Collins Publishers, 2009.
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Series A Tess Monaghan mystery ; bk. 1
Lippman, Laura, 1959- Tess Monaghan mystery.
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Summary Until her paper, the Baltimore Star, crashed and burned, Tess Monaghan was a damn good reporter who knew her hometown intimately -- from historic Fort McHenry to the crumbling projects of Cherry Hill. Now gainfully unemployed at twenty-nine, she's willing to take any freelance job to pay the rent -- including a bit of unorthodox snooping for her rowing buddy, Darryl "Rock" Paxton. In a city where someone is murdered almost everyday, attorney Michael Abramowitz's death should be just another statistic. But the slain lawyer's notoriety -- and his noontime trysts with Rock's fiancee -- make the case front page news...and points to Rock as the likely murderer. But trying to prove her friend's innocence cools prove costly to Tess -- and add her name to that infamous ever-growing list.
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Subject Monaghan, Tess (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Women detectives -- Maryland -- Baltimore -- Fiction.
Women journalists -- Maryland -- Baltimore -- Fiction.
Electronic books.
Baltimore (Md.) -- Fiction.
Genre Mystery fiction.
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ISBN 9780061806612 (electronic bk.)
0061806617 (electronic bk.)
Music No. MWT12431514
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