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Most of the time, Heather McNeil loves her job as assistant to the director of the Washington DC Market Show Center. Because she's a good listener and even better at solving problems, her boss...

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Wired for Murder (Market Center Mysteries Book 2)
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211 pages
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English
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Most of the time, Heather McNeil loves her job as assistant to the director of the Washington DC Market Show Center. Because she's a good listener and even better at solving problems, her boss assigns her to handle a lot of the day to day issues that arise during the shows, exhibits, and conferences being held there. The Business Technology Exposition at the Market Center Most of the time, Heather McNeil loves her job as assistant to the director of the Washington DC Market Show Center.

Because she's a good listener and even better at solving problems, her boss assigns her to handle a lot of the day to day issues that arise during the shows, exhibits, and conferences being held there. The Business Technology Exposition at the Market Center is set to open with a major new product announcement from one of the biggest companies in the computer electronics business. Before that event, though, the president of industry-leader MegaComp has a very public argument with a man who accuses the company of stealing the concept for a technical process from him.

Heather witnesses the argument, along with security officer Scott Brandon, an ex-cop and her romantic interest. Because it appears the disagreement will end peacefully, they don't intervene, and in fact, the accuser does walk away with nothing more than harsh words exchanged. The new product announcement goes off without a hitch.

But when the accuser returns a phone call from Heather, she becomes an unwilling audience to his murder and later finds his body in a private section of an exhibitor's booth. Heather is more than happy to leave the investigation to the police, but she's the person everyone talks to and she soon learns more than she wanted to know about the victim and all the people who really didn't like him very much. Praise for A Gift for Murder (Market Center Mysteries #1): "Just before a busy gift and home trade show opens at the Commerce & Market Show Center in Washington, D.C., in this lively first in a new cozy series, Heather McNeil discovers a crowbar-smashed corpse in the center's dumpster.

Figuring out who wanted Tim Bethel, the co-owner of Grantwood & Bethel, a supplier of gifts and accessories, dead is up to Det. Peter Gilmont, but plucky Heather, the overworked assistant to the center's director, and her potential boyfriend, security guard Scott Brandon, show they're up to the job and more as they get on the track of Tim's killer...McCullough (A Question of Fire) shows real flare in describing the hectic trade show world, including an exhibitor with a smelly, malfunctioning popcorn machine. (Jan.) - Publisher's Weekly "This Market Center Murders tale is an engaging tale that contains competing solid investigations and a fabulous look deep into what goes on behind the scenes to insure a successful trade show.

Heather is an enticing protagonist who anchors the story line and the trade show as a cynical stable influence in the midst of chaos. The vivid glimpse at the trade show environs steals the plot from the whodunit whose spins and twists readers will anticipate in this charming cozy". - Harriet Klausner "I'm not a habitual reader of cozy mysteries but this one charmed me, particularly with its vivid evocation of the pressure-cooker world of trade fairs.

Some scenes were really enjoyable, e.g. the one with a perennially malfunctioning pop corn machine that spread a revolting smell of burned corn to adjacent booths and the display of decorative angels indiscriminately shedding their tinsel on customers". - Amazon reader


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