Deadly Messages

Deadly Messages

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by Rebecca Grace
     
 

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Investigative producer Connie Romero is determined to find out who murdered her sister while during an afternoon jog. But putting her investigative skills to work might also be putting her life--and heart--in danger. First, she discovers that her sister's life was not as idyllic as she thought, and she's getting an uneasy feeling that she's getting too close to the

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Investigative producer Connie Romero is determined to find out who murdered her sister while during an afternoon jog. But putting her investigative skills to work might also be putting her life--and heart--in danger. First, she discovers that her sister's life was not as idyllic as she thought, and she's getting an uneasy feeling that she's getting too close to the truth. And then there's that crazy feeling she gets every time she deals with a certain Inspector! Canadian Inspector Mitch Weldon respects Connie's motives and determination, but he has his own case to solve--a serial killer leaving bodies dumped in the park where Connie's sister was found. Could the cases be related? He needs to find out and find out fast. He doesn't need an amateur getting in the way of his job, nor does he want a woman getting into his carefully planned life.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940043318176
Publisher:
The Wild Rose Press
Publication date:
03/01/2010
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
717 KB

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Deadly Messages 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Connie Romero is a reporter who decides to find out who killed her sister, but she doesn't really have the necessary skills to do the job--though she doesn't realize it. Her love interest is Mitch Weldon, an investigator who is working hard to find a serial killer who is leaving bodies in Vancouver's Stanley Park. The details are very good and the interplay between Connie and Mitch goes from fun to sizzling at times. She is an intriguing heroine. The writing is top notch! I'll be looking for more from this author.