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A Cry For Self-Help
"Offbeat, tongue-in-cheek and endlessly appealing."
Kate Jasper, Marin County, California's own, organically grown, amateur sleuth returns in this eighth mystery in the series. ("A cultural anthropologist of the laughing gas variety." —Don Herron, San Francisco Bay Guardian.) In A Cry For Self-Help, Kate Jasper and her sweetie take the plunge and join a Wedding Ritual Class, hoping to find inspiration for their own possible nuptials. On a field trip to observe a scuba-diving marriage ceremony, Sam Skyler, the man who has become a living legend as a human-potential guru, isn't propelled into marriage, but is instead pushed over an oceanside cliff to his death. Sam Skyler practiced finger puppet therapy at The Skyler Institute for Essential Manifestation. He was purported to be a man of psychic sensitivity and personal genius. So how come he didn't notice the person who pushed him? Kate is once again wedded to an inconvenient murder rather than to her sweetie. Can she get a simple annulment from the case... or will it be a fatal one?
"Welcome to Marin County, Calif., where the characters in this quirky mystery only want to reclaim their inner cores, merge emotionally, eat vegetarian (organically grown, of course) or murder one another... will leave readers energized and blissed."
Next book in the series: Death Hits the Fan