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To Have and to Kill (Mass Market Paperback)
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Piper Donovan never imagined decorating wedding cakes could be so dangerous!
A struggling actress with no immediate prospects and a recently broken engagement, Piper needs to take stock of her lifeso she moves back home with her parents in New Jersey and steps tentatively into the family bakery business. Soon, shes creating a wedding cake for a friend, the star of a daytime television drama. But someone is ruthlessly determined that this wedding will never happen.
It begins with the horrific murder of the bride-to-bes co-starbut a psychopathic wedding-crasher isnt about to stop there. Before Piper knows it, shes joining forces with FBI agent Jack Lombardia handsome neighbor with a soft spot for the inquisitive cake-makerto sift through the suspects and find a killer. But Pipers about to discover that it may be a lot hotter in the kitchen than shes able to handle . . .
Suspense. Romance. Family. Cake.
There is something for every reader in To Have and to Kill.
About the Author
Mary Jane Clark worked at CBS News for nearly three decades. Her twelve KEY News media thrillers were inspired by that experience. Envisioning the Piper Donovan/wedding-cake mystery series, Mary Jane enrolled in cake-decorating classes and researched unique wedding locations. The daughter of an FBI agent and a mother who customized cakes for the neighborhood kids when she was growing up, Mary Jane has two grown children and splits her time between New Jersey and Florida. Currently, she is concocting her next novel.
Praise for To Have and to Kill…
“She understands how to hang on to her audience. Her characters are the sorts with whom many readers identify.”