Dial H For Hitchcock: A Cece Caruso Mystery by Susan Kandel

Dial H For Hitchcock: A Cece Caruso Mystery

bySusan Kandel

Paperback | October 27, 2009

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The indomitable Cece Caruso is back in Susan Kandel’s Dial H For Hitchcock. The vintage clothes enthusiast, biographer of masters of mystery, and amateur sleuth who has flourished her skills in Christietown and I Dreamed I Married Perry Mason now tackles a murderous puzzle full of twists, turns, and mistaken identities worthy of maestro Hitchcock himself. Readers will be Spellbound by this latest investigation by sometime-detective Cece, whom reviewers have called, “Delightful” (Boston Globe) and “A hoot” (Denver Rocky Mountain News). True mystery fans would have to be Psycho to miss Dial H For Hitchcock.<_o3a_p>

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Susan Kandel is a former art critic for theLos Angeles Times. She has taught at New York University and UCLA, and served as editor of the international journalartext. She lives in West Hollywood, California, with her husband, two daughters, and dog.
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Title:Dial H For Hitchcock: A Cece Caruso MysteryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.72 inPublished:October 27, 2009Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061826677

ISBN - 13:9780061826672

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“[R]eal charmers . . . [a] clever series.”