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Title:
Jupiter's daughter : a Katy Klein mytery
Author:
Irving, Karen, 1957-
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Publication Information:
Vancouver : Polestar Book Publishers, [2000]

©2000
Physical Description:
348 pages ; 19 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781896095547
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Book

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Gripping, engaging and clever, Jupiter's Daughter features Katy Klein, an opinionated 45-year-old single mom with a quick eye and acerbic wit. She's a social worker turned professional astrologer who becomes involved in the suspicious death of Marion Stanley. In her attempt to help Marion's 13-year-old runaway daughter Rose, Katy is drawn into a sinister web of deceit and abuse involving a fundamentalist church.


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In Jupiter's Daughter: A Katy Klein Mystery, second in the series, Karen Irving (Pluto Rising) subjects her heroine not only to the frosty Ottawa winter, but also to a death at a holiday party. Katy, professional astrologer and amateur sleuth, wants to help the dead woman's traumatized daughter, and ends up uncovering the dangerous misdeeds of a televangelist and a fundamentalist church while the bodies pile up. (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved