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Synopsis of What did You do before Dying? and Why Did You die in the Park

What Did You Do Before Dying? (Marge Chirstensen Mysteries)  Marge christensen finds her husband , Gene slumped over the steering wheel of his car
                              Can she convince the local police that it wasn't suicide In spite of the medical reports that
                               say he had a terminal illness?

Why Did You Die In the Park? (Marge Christensen Mysteries)Marge Christensen, the artist turned dective finds a dead body in the Park in Seattle.
she thinks that she doesn't have to get involved until she discover that her Best Friend's Husband is involved
with the victim and ther friend Lori did help her with Husbands case in the  previous book.  What are friends for?  I would like to take the time to thank Denise from Progressive for allowing me the opportunity to do this
synopsis and thank the Author for the guest post below

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