by Laura Lippman
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Hired to follow her friend's fiancee, unemployed journalist Tess Monaghan discovers that the woman is a kleptomaniac and may be having an affair, and when a murder takes place, her friend is implicated
A pier at Fell's Point, a Baltimore neighborhood where Laura Lippman's private investigator protagonist Tess Monaghan once lived.
August 23, 2007 From the Antique Man's giant ball of string in Fells Point, to the crab cake lunch downtown, Laura Lippman loves Baltimore. Despite the city's crime and other problems, the crime novelist says its flaws are what make it an interesting place.
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