Especially when it comes to sisters. Twin sisters, at that. I looked at her through narrowed eyes, or maybe I just squinted at her. I could see her digging in her heels. She had a point there. I sat down behind the desk and waited. A few seconds later Amelia came in and closed the door behind her a little harder than necessary. Mama would have a fit if she got her navel and her eyebrows pierced.
Amelia gave me the look. You know, the one that teenagers give adults when they want to say, Could you be any more ridiculous?
I held up a hand to stop her. The trick is knowing when those times are and which battles are worth fighting. For now, you and your sister just try to get along, all right?falongstomras.tk
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I kept my eyes on the monitor and watched the screens change as the computer booted up. Done that. A lot. A knock sounded on the door and Luke opened it without waiting for an answer. Sorry about the mix-up. My bad, as the kids say. If they still say that. So that was how things started out on the first-ever day for Delilah Dickinson Literary Tours. A little ragged, maybe, but I had high hopes. Things were going to get better as they went along. I was sure of it. The Comedy is Finished - Donald E. Forgotten Books: Gangway!
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Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Oct 01, Jeannie and Louis Rigod rated it really liked it. Ernest Hemingway has his followers even until this very day.
No one denies that he was a powerful Author, but his life wasn't all that smooth sailing. One of the locations of his life was a lovely home in Key West, Florida. It is a natural setting for the Delilah Dickenson literary Tours. Delilah and son-in-law business associate, Luke get a lot more than tour fees when they gather their tour group in Miami and motor down to the tropical paradise once favored by Ernest himself. From the beginnin Ernest Hemingway has his followers even until this very day.
From the beginning, accomodations at a lovely resort, then drinks at the famous 2nd Sloppy Joes, Delilah realizes this may not be a smooth trip. As anyone that has taken a group tour knows, there is one 'know it all,' and on this tour it is Mr. Harvick is a self-acknowledged expert on Ernest Hemingway and takes it upon himself to berate the Hemingway look-a-like in the famous watering hole. Delilah and Luke get him sorted out but there is the feeling that more trouble is coming. Trouble arrives when Mr. Harvick is found dead. The entire tour is halted while the Police investigate. Delilah begins to find out many persons on the tour are not exactly what they appear.
Could this be treasure hunting? Or, smuggling? This is a funny and witty murder mystery. If you like biographical history with your murder this series is for you. View 1 comment.