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[Broward Metro Edition]
Sun Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale
Author: OLINE H. COGDILL Mystery Columnist
Date: Aug 29, 1999
Start Page: 9.D
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Casey's latest case takes her to the mansions and boardrooms of North Carolina's movers and shakers. Casey [Jones] agrees to help Lydia Talbot find out who killed her fiance, even if it is her father, the head of one of the state's Big Tobacco empires. Privileged Lydia isn't Casey's usual client -- "fragile and innocent, yet also spoiled and dangerously beguiling, like a rare orchid that smelled so impossibly sweet, it made you think of decay instead of beauty."

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