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Between juggling lunchboxes, piano lessons, and baby-sitters, public defender turned stay-at-home mom Juliet Applebaum promises to help her famous friend clear her brother's name of murder. But what will she do when she begins to suspect her friend may not be as innocent as she seems?
©2003 Ayelet Waldman (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Donna on 10-09-12

A True Mystery

I have enjoyed the previous Mommy Track Mysteries and this one as well. They are fun, interesting and entertaining. I also like the funny and sarcastic style of Walderman. One of the complaints I have had in the past about the series is that the books always seem so short. Well, Walderman makes up for it in this book. She filled a little over 10 hours with an interesting mystery with lots of red herrings. Even though the book was long, I didn't feel the need to skip ahead because I knew that if I did I might miss something important. I bought the next book, even though it is short, before I finished this one..

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