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Carmela Bertrand, owner of a scrapbooking shop in New Orleans, Louisiana, in the Scrapbooking Mysteries.

 

Keepsake Crimes

Scrapbooking Mysteries #1

by Laura Childs

New Orleans scrapbooking shop owner Carmela Bertrand delights her customers with the sophisticated looks she achieves with their scrapbooks.  But among her client's keepsakes she finds a tip of her own-about...


Photo Finished

Scrapbooking Mysteries #2

by Laura Childs

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Bound For Murder

Scrapbooking Mysteries #3

by Laura Childs

New Orleans scrapbooking shop owner Carmela Bertrand's pre-wedding party is overshadowed when a friend's intended groom is murdered. Asked by the heartbroken bride to look into the case, Carmela must help her...


Tragic Magic

Scrapbooking Mysteries #7

by Laura Childs

A New Orleans mansion is being converted into a haunted house for tourists and scrapbook shop owner Carmela Bertrand has been enlisted to help. No sooner does the project begin than someone winds up dead.


Skeleton Letters

Scrapbooking Mysteries #9

by Laura Childs

When a fellow scrapbooker is bludgeoned with a religious statue in St. Tristan’s Church, a stolen relic may hold the key to catching the culprit...  

The last thing Carmela Bertrand and her friend Ava expect...


Postcards from the Dead

Scrapbooking Mysteries #10

by Laura Childs

New Orleans is in the throes of another fantastic Mardi Gras celebration when the party gets crashed by a murderer...

Kimber Breeze of KBEZ-TV is broadcasting live from a hotel balcony in the French Quarter,...


Gilt Trip

Scrapbooking Mysteries #11

by Laura Childs & Diana Orgain

Louisiana businessman Jerry Earl Leland served only a fraction of his five-year sentence for white-collar crime, thanks to some political connections and a few greased palms. But he won't have long to enjoy...


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