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Susan Becker keeps finding herself mixed up in mysteries when she should be busy cooking up something sweet in her bakery in the small tourist town of Lakeside, Missouri. Her best feline friend, Mr. Giles, is one of those curious cats who can't keep away from a fresh crime scene. Detective Kip Fletcher has the unpleasant job of finding out who dug up and stole the corpse of one of the town's leading citizens. A missing body. A mysterious skeleton key. Unexplained lights that could be the town's first ghost.... Mr. Giles already knows the truth. But can he guide Susan and Kip to the body snatchers before they vanish along with the corpse?

©2015 Yap Kee Chong (P)2016 Yap Kee Chong

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  • Lisa K
  • 11-02-18

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Cute short story. Would have been worth th read if the author took the time to develop the characters and set the scenes. Too dry and dull.

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  • Carole Langmead
  • 19-08-16

Review of the Missing Corpse

I like to read, but there was little substance or any character study in this book. I thought it was immature in the writing style and though the reader had a nice voice, the way he read it put me to sleep. Sorry for the negative review.