Button Holed by Kylie Logan

By Kylie Logan

Figuring out of her button store in a Chicago brownstone, Josie Giancola has turn into one of many country's prime specialists on buttons. Her recognition attracts a Hollywood starlet to the Button field to buy specific buttons to beautify her made-to-order marriage ceremony gown.

But after the Button field is ransacked and the actress murdered, Josie's comfortable global is thrown into chaos-and a killer is out to maintain Josie's lips buttoned up...permanently.

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Or the raspberries. Hell, I hope Margot remembered the raspberries! ” I couldn’t be any clearer, so I didn’t even try. “We’ll get by,” I assured Hugh. ” I imagined him with his hands folded in supplication and discarded the thought as soon as it formed. Hugh is not the praying type. “It’s hot out today. You’ve got air-conditioning, right? ” I used the old catchphrase I’d had to pull out so many times in college when Hugh the artiste got carried away by whatever new ideas filled his head. “This is Josie you’re dealing with.

You’ve got air-conditioning, right? ” I used the old catchphrase I’d had to pull out so many times in college when Hugh the artiste got carried away by whatever new ideas filled his head. “This is Josie you’re dealing with. ” I resisted the urge to bark. As for being predictable . . I was grateful he couldn’t see the chaos that was my workspace. “She’s coming to buy buttons from me, Hugh. ” “I know you can,” he said, but at this point, I was barely paying attention. A few of the buttons I’d selected for Kate had rolled under the glass display case behind my desk, and I bent to pluck them to safety.

I pretended not to be offended that he’d rather look at Kate the Great than listen to me ramble, and just to prove it, I kept right on rambling. “I encouraged her to look at a few old carved ivory buttons, too. At least the ones I could find. She took thirty-six different buttons with her to look at and consider. ” “Uh-huh. Yeah. ” Stan’s mind was still a million miles away. I guess I couldn’t blame him. He was a man, after all, and I mean, what woman on the face of the earth could even begin to compete with Kate the Great?

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