Gladly the Cross-eyed Bear

Gladly the Cross-eyed Bear

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Grand Central Pub
Lainie Commins, a freelance designer of children's toys, hires attorney Matthew Hope for a lawsuit against her old employers, Brett and Etta Toland. At stake are the lucrative rights to Gladly, a teddy bear with crossed eyes and corrective lenses. It's a straightforward case--until Brett Toland is shot in the throat aboard his luxury yacht and Lainie becomes the chief suspect.

Baker & Taylor
Florida detective Matthew Hope takes on a case of murder, pornography, and high-seas piracy off the Gulf Coast that begins as a simple case of copyright infringement

Blackwell North Amer
What's cuddly, cute, and the object of a high-stakes court battle? It's Gladly, a cross-eyed teddy bear: the brainchild of slightly cross-eyed beauty Lainie Commins, Matthew Hope's client and the litigant in a trademark dispute with toy company tycoons Etta and Brett Toland. Hope, still recovering from a near-fatal shooting, is certain he can win this case - until someone murders one of the key players.
Suddenly Lainie is up for another trial, this time for homicide. While she vigorously denies any involvement in the shooting aboard the yacht Toy Boat, her story keeps changing, and the evidence against her mounts - until Hope discovers that Lainie is not only a toy designer with a complaint but also a participant in a most surprising sexual liaison.

Hachette Book Group
Lainie Commins, a freelance designer of children's toys, hires attorney Matthew Hope for a lawsuit against her old employers, Brett and Etta Toland. At stake are the lucrative rights to Gladly, a teddy bear with crossed eyes and corrective lenses. It's a straightforward case--until Brett Toland is shot in the throat aboard his luxury yacht and Lainie becomes the chief suspect.

Baker
& Taylor

The twelfth novel in the immensely popular series featuring Matthew Hope follows the Florida detective on a case of murder, pornography, and high-seas piracy off the Gulf Coast that begins as a simple case of copyright infringement.

Publisher: New York : Warner Books, 1996
ISBN: 9780446519892
0446519898
Branch Call Number: F
M
Characteristics: 326 p. ; 22 cm

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