Death Catches A Killer

Death Catches A Killer

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by Teresa Watson
     
 

The hunt is on for a killer...but who is the hunted, and who is the prey?

Someone is trying to kill Lizzie's half-aunt Debra Cosgrove, who is a hired killer. She reaches out to her niece for help, but Lizzie is getting pressure from her ex-boyfriend, FBI agent T.J. Roosevelt, who wants her to convince Debra to turn herself in. When another hired killer…  See more details below

Overview

The hunt is on for a killer...but who is the hunted, and who is the prey?

Someone is trying to kill Lizzie's half-aunt Debra Cosgrove, who is a hired killer. She reaches out to her niece for help, but Lizzie is getting pressure from her ex-boyfriend, FBI agent T.J. Roosevelt, who wants her to convince Debra to turn herself in. When another hired killer threatens Lizzie, he sets into motion a series of events that could get her killed. Should she stand by family (no matter how crazy they are), or should she help the FBI catch one of their most wanted?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016438474
Publisher:
Teresa Watson
Publication date:
05/05/2013
Series:
Lizzie Crenshaw series , #5
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
192,206
File size:
254 KB

Meet the Author

The first story I wrote was on the back of old homework papers in the fifth grade. I'm a voracious reader, so it makes sense that I grew up to be a writer. My favorite genre is mysteries. I always knew who did it on "Murder, She Wrote" fifteen minutes into the show!

I try to incorporate humor into my stories because of my wicked sense of humor. Laughter is the best medicine in the world! Throw in a good mystery and you've got the makings for a very enjoyable experience!

The reason there is more conversation in my stories than description is because I want the reader to feel like they are a part of the story. I want you to feel like you are sitting in the room, right there, listening to it as it happens. My mother, who is also a mystery lover, is the main reason I write my stories the way I do: with no graphic violence, no overly descriptive love scenes. Just a good old fashioned mystery with as much humor as possible.

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