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Liffey Rivers Mystery Book #6
Four Mini Mysteries
This is the first collection of short stories in the Liffey Rivers Irish Dancer mystery series which were originally published in Irish Dancing and Culture Magazine. In "The Mystery of the Missing Novice," Liffey notices that there are two unrelated young dancers at an Irish dance competition (feis) who look like identical twins. When one of them goes missing, Liffey's intuition and attention to detail brings about the safe return of the missing novice. In "The Case of the Clumsy Clowns," Liffey suspects that a group of klutzy clowns who call themselves the Joyful Jesters, might be up to something more than entertaining their audience. "The Mystery of the Temporary Trophy," finds Liffey at a feis in New York with her Aunt Jean who is suffering from Post Traumatic Bling Syndrome. Liffey observes that one of the trophies to be awarded at this feis looks suspiciously like the ancient Derrynaflan Chalice she has seen before in a Dublin museum. In "The Werewolves of Ossory," Liffey rescues a dancer from Ireland who has traveled alone to the Seattle Halloween Feis burdened with a centuries old family curse.
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