Blood On Skates

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Overview

Romantic Suspense:

Someone is trying to kill Dr. Michael Boccelli's wife. Trouble is, she's already dead.

Michael, hounded by a journalist determined to prove he got away with murder, hides in a small Minnesota town helping his brother Conway run his roller rink. The ink still wet on her divorce papers, Catherine Kirby needs a place to stay while she gets back on her feet. She arrives in the middle of a frigid...

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Overview

Romantic Suspense:

Someone is trying to kill Dr. Michael Boccelli's wife. Trouble is, she's already dead.

Michael, hounded by a journalist determined to prove he got away with murder, hides in a small Minnesota town helping his brother Conway run his roller rink. The ink still wet on her divorce papers, Catherine Kirby needs a place to stay while she gets back on her feet. She arrives in the middle of a frigid November to find that her best friend's husband Conway has given away the upstairs apartment she was promised.

At first, Kate's biggest problem is figuring out who gets the bed. After Conway is attacked, things get complicated fast. Someone obsessed with Michael's late wife has been murdering women. The trail of bodies stretches across the country, a trail that coincides with Michael's wanderings. When the facts become known, Michael cannot deny that he's obsessed. The killing has started again, and the blood leads straight to him.

An unbalanced man accused and cleared of murdering his wife and child. A serial killer on the loose. Kate is betting her life that they are not one and the same.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780759945456
  • Publisher: Mundania Press
  • Publication date: 8/16/2004
  • Pages: 220
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Excellent romantic suspense

    Leaving her philandering husband behind in New York, Catherine Kirby accompanied by her six year old daughter Kirby moves to Rawley, Minnesota where her pregnant best friend Elaine and husband Conway Walsh own a skating rink. Also relocating from Florida is Conway¿s foster brother Michael Bocecelli who is using Walsh as his surname to hide from the media while helping his ¿sibling¿ run the rink......................... Neither Michael nor Catherine want to follow up on their immediate attraction for varying reasons, but neither can stop the feelings from growing accentuated by how nurturing he is to her daughter. As they fall in love, someone from Michael¿s past continues to track him leaving dead bodies on the trail. This serial killer will murder anyone associated with Michael including the Kirby females that he now loves and his ¿brother¿ and pregnant wife........................... This is an engaging romantic suspense because the ¿hero¿ is unique as he carries so much baggage he struggles with his feelings for the Kirby duo and finds it difficult to function in the final confrontation. The story line focuses on the two wounded lead protagonists whose growing love is considered an error on both their parts. Fans will appreciate this intriguing tale of love between two wary scarred veterans still suffering from relational battle fatigue syndrome while they battle a sly killer from Michael¿s past. Christine W. Murphy furbishes a strong character-driven thriller...................... Harriet Klausner

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