The Makeover Murders

The Makeover Murders By Jennifer Rowe, The Makeover Murders The last thing Verity Birdwood wants is a beauty makeover But when the scrappy TV researcher goes on assignment to a luxurious spa that s just what she gets A glimpse of the glamorous retreat s lurid
  • Title: The Makeover Murders
  • Author: Jennifer Rowe
  • ISBN: 9780553297409
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The Makeover Murders By Jennifer Rowe, The last thing Verity Birdwood wants is a beauty makeover But when the scrappy TV researcher goes on assignment to a luxurious spa, that s just what she gets A glimpse of the glamorous retreat s lurid intrigues gives Birdie the creeps even before she discovers a shocking connection with a serial killer When Margot Bell, the spa s icily stylish owner, is grotesquely stThe last thing Verity Birdwood wants is a beauty makeover But when the scrappy TV researcher goes on assignment to a luxurious spa, that s just what she gets A glimpse of the glamorous retreat s lurid intrigues gives Birdie the creeps even before she discovers a shocking connection with a serial killer When Margot Bell, the spa s icily stylish owner, is grotesquely stabbed to death, and a raging storm traps the occupants of the mansion with a corpse and an unknown murderer, Birdie s sleuthing instincts spring into action Searching for a motive, she swiftly excavates a trail of torment, treachery, and blackmail The spa s skillful hairstylist and silent partner, the harassed housekeeper, the hysterical male secretary, and the hunk of a masseur who was the dead woman s lover all had reason to resent Margot Then there are the pampered guests, from fat Josie to gaunt Helen, neurotic Belinda to ambitious Edwina each presenting a possible motive As a flood ravages the countryside, Birdie asks herself if Margot s murder was a copycat killing, or if a demented and practiced slayer is about to strike again Then a second savage stabbing tells Birdie she must discover the killer s identity before he or she can claim yet another victim.
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    About "Jennifer Rowe"

    1. Jennifer Rowe

      Also known as Mary Anne Dickinson, Mary Anne Dickinson, Emily RoddaWinner of the Dromkeen Medal 1995.Jennifer June Rowe is an Australian author Her crime fiction for adults is published under her own name, while her children s fiction is published under the pseudonyms Emily Rodda and Mary Anne Dickinson She is well known for the children s fantasy series Deltora Quest, Rowan of Rin, Fairy Realm and Teen Power Inc and recently the Rondo trilogy Rowe was born in Sydney, Australia, and raised with two younger brothers on Sydney s North Shore Her father was Jim Oswin, the founding general manager of ATN7 in Sydney, and was responsible for classic 1960s TV shows such as My Name s McGooley, What s Yours and The Mavis Bramston Show She attended the Abbotsleigh School for Girls on the upper North Shore of Sydney She attained her Master of Arts in English Literature at the University of Sydney in 1973 Her first job was assistant editor at Paul Hamlyn publishing She later worked at Angus and Robertson Publishers where she remained for fourteen years as Editor, Senior Editor, Managing Director, Deputy Publisher and finally Publisher During this time she began writing children s books under the pseudonym Emily Rodda.

    925 thoughts on “The Makeover Murders”

    1. Verity Birdwood checks into Deepdene to see if the exclusive spa will make a good subject for a television show When the arrogant ex model who s a co owner dies, however, Birdie can concentrate on the kind of problem she really likes Torrential rains cut the beautiful estate off from all help, and circumstances force Birdie to spend a long night trying to find answers before people are killed.




    2. I enjoyed this book very much It had a good plot with lots of red herrings and I wasn t able to pick out the murderer.


    3. This is the first book I have read by Jennifer Rowe It was very good, with well developed characters and a steady plot I didn t much care for the settinga spa.


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