In "Short Cut", the third book in Jo Dereske's exciting series
(after Savage Cut, 11/96 and Cut and Dry, 10/97) featuring
handwriting analyst and amateur sleuth Ruby Crane, family
obligations pull Ruby into a mystery surrounding her estranged
It's March in Sable Michigan, and Ruby Crane has nothing to look
forward to but a month of dirty snow, mud, and cabin fever -- and
if that's not bad enough, her estranged older sister Phyllis -- a
successful and beautiful engineer -- has arrived in town for an
unannounced visit, and she's asking for Ruby's help.
Phyllis's last project -- designing a spillway for a mineral
mining company -- ended in disaster when some kids homing around
after hours climbed into the spillway and it collapsed beneath
them, causing the death of one teenager. Their families are suing
Phyllis, claiming that her flawed design was responsible for the
death; and Phyllis needs to prove that the blueprints the mining
company have in their possession are forgeries. Only Ruby's expert
opinion as a graphologist can prove Phyllis's innocence.
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