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    Great fun cozy

    Olive Ziegwart, better known by her stage name of Ivy Meadows, is a quick understudy to her Uncle Bob Duda in his P I business. Ivy finds herself working as a Dickens character on a cruise while Uncle Bob is undercover as a guest on the ship. The cruise line has been plagued with the theft of passengers’ jewelry. First Ivy finds her shipmate stuffed in the tiny closet of their shared room - dead of course. Then she's plagued by the "orphans" of the cast of the play Oliver Twist she is to perform in. Oh yes, as if her fear of water is hard enough to keep down, being suspended 40 ft in the air by silk ribbons as a circus performer in an aerial act somehow was slipped into the contract! Actually she's getting the hang of this investigation stuff. Somehow Ivy managed to bungle her way through another adventure and stay alive to tell the tale. She even manages to keep an eye on Uncle Bob and the blonde who has attached herself to him on the cruise. Each episode in the Ivy Meadows series gets better as Olive's love of acting and investigating gain experience.
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