Le dico des gros mots cachés dans les mots: Les cent autres meilleures définitions illustrées

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Le TOME 2 illustré du seul dictionnaire qui dévoile la fesse cachée des homonymes.
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 Auteur :  Edith

Illustrateurs : Anne-Laure Anglade, Christian Creseveur, Clodlemaire, David Gouzil, Jeffdebures, Jim, Laurence Bastard, Miss Gouby, Papybic, Slobodan Diantalvic

Préfesse : Camille Salmon.

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Edith fut conçue hors mariage un soir d’orage, par des parents qu’elle vouvoyait.

Rebelle in utero, elle eut bien vite un penchant pour les choses interdites.

Pendant vingt ans, elle se donne corps et âme pour la pub et ses mots désincarnés. 

Le temps qu’elle lui dérobe est consacré à ses quatre amours : trois enfants et l‘écriture.

En 1994, elle publie Journal d’un égoïste aux éditions Le Bruit des autres. 

Rebelle un peu schizo, elle se déguise en garçon pour coucher ses vrais mots. 

En 2002, la pub la plaque avec pertes et fracas.

Rebelle in extremis, Edith sauve sa peau et celle de sa fillette de sept ans, en luttant comme peu savent le faire. 

En 2008, elle auto-édite son Dico. Trois ans plus tard, à cause de la pub qui l’a plaquée, Edith auto éditée, est liquidée… Mais pas atomisée. 

Elle prépare sa revanche dans la foulée. 

Rebelle ex nihilo.


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Spring may be just around the corner, but a cold-blooded killer has put the big chill on the residents of Westbury, Massachusetts. It looks like organic farmer-turned-sleuth Cam Flaherty will have to set aside her seedlings for the time being as she tills the soil for clues in the mysterious death of a local poultry maven.

With the weather getting warmer, Cam should be spending her days pruning blueberry bushes and taking care of the new batch of chicks that just hatched. But murder knows no season. So when her fellow fowl-raiser Wayne Laitinen is found dead at his breakfast table one morning, Cam must put down her trimming shears and put on her crime-solving hat.

The kind-hearted chicken farmer didn't have any enemies--or did he? A wealthy financier has been working hard to convince him to sell her his land, while a group of animal rights activists recently vandalized his property. Money troubles were threatening to sink his marriage. And a thirty-year-old scandal was driving a wedge between him and one of his oldest friends.

Murder, blackmail, cover-ups. There's a fox in the hen house. But where? With some help from her off-again, on-again flame, police detective Pete Pappas, Cam will have to crack this case before Wayne's killer flies the coop forever.

Praise For The Mysteries Of Edith Maxwell!

Farmed And Dangerous

"Quirky characters, lots of organic farming tips, and a well-developed mystery make this Cam's best outing yet."--Kirkus Reviews

"Enticing…Cozy fans will be able to relate to this spunky heroine." --Publishers Weekly

"Maxwell's feisty heroine and the interesting background detail on the realities of organic farming blend to deliver a clever, twisting mystery…Fans of other mysteries involving organic farming, or of foodie mysteries in general, will find plenty to enjoy here." --Booklist

"For all cozy readers, especially fans of Joanne Fluke and Diane Mott Davidson." --Library Journal

'Til Dirt Do Us Part

"There are plenty of farming-based cozies on the market today, but this one stands out." --Booklist

"Engaging…On top of the intriguing whodunit plot, Maxwell vividly portrays life on a small contemporary farm." --Publishers Weekly

"A most enjoyable look at organic farming with some charming characters and cooking suggestions thrown in." --Kirkus Reviews

A Tine To Live, A Tine To Die

"Another topically relevant cozy debut." --Library Journal

"With an insider's look at organic farming and a loyal, persistent heroine, Maxwell offers a series that cozy mystery fans will root for." --Lucy Burdette, author of Fatal Reservations
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