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Despite certain hitches, ''Resume for Murder'' is a fine first novel. Claire McCormick has a lively style and an obvious dislike of hypocrisy. But she is not didactic about her beliefs, and everything falls nicely within the plot. She has broken no new ground, nor has she tried to. Everything proceeds in a familiar pattern to the expected point where Waltz and the killer meet face to face. Her characterizations, however, are all neatly drawn and sensitive, and the romance included in the plot is handled without starlight and roses
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Charles Clair McCormick, American retail company executive. Named Outstanding Young Man of America, United States Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1978, 79, 80. Charles Clair McCormick, American retail company executive.
Ricky McCormick, who had been murdered and dumped in a field in St. Louis, Missouri, had two encrypted notes . Calling all code-breakers! FBI asks for help in solving murder of man who had mysterious encrypted notes in his pocket. Louis, Missouri, had two encrypted notes stuffed in his pockets when police found the body. By Daily Mail Reporter Updated: 18:28 EST, 30 March 2011.
But, when placement director Pete Simon is promptly found murder-mutilated, Waltz is (for no very clear reason) enlisted to help in Lieut. Hershey's investigation-which runs a wavering course, from the arrest of a Greek handyman to the confession of a beautiful, neurotic student (followed shortly by the Greek's death). Through it all, Waltz finds time for a romance with Prof. And, with lots of wry asides about the up-tight New Arcadians, he is intuitively led to the culprit-and into a Had-I-But-Known trap of the corniest sort.
Can Claire help to preserve Ronnie's reputation and keep her out of harm's way? That will depend on Claire's . Her books have just enough details about a murder and sexual tension to make them page turners without being too disturbing.
Can Claire help to preserve Ronnie's reputation and keep her out of harm's way? That will depend on Claire's investigation―and what really happened on the night of the murder so many years ag. If you've never spent time with Claire and her cre. ou'll see wit and humanity all wrapped up in a nifty murder mystery.
Coralie McCormick would really like to travel constantly. Excerpt from the book. When she's not travelling, she's planning new trips, taking photographs, playing with my nephews, or writing. She have a day job that helps her pay the bills and a degree in Economics. The pressure is to assume a sunny demeanour, partly out of the concern of sparing their family and friends the real role they should be hoping to fulfill: that of supporting the person who is ill, rather than the other way around.