Death Comes to Suburbia (Book 2 Molly Masters Mysteries) [NOOK Book]

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In this second book in the Molly Masters series, trouble returns for Molly when the husband of her arch rival informs her that he's submitted the one ribald cartoon Molly's ever created to a contest in a porn magazine, and that the cartoon has won. He is killed shortly thereafter, leaving Molly to play midwife to her arch rival and going undercover in high school as if her life depended on it--which it very well might
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Death Comes to Suburbia (Book 2 Molly Masters Mysteries)

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Overview

In this second book in the Molly Masters series, trouble returns for Molly when the husband of her arch rival informs her that he's submitted the one ribald cartoon Molly's ever created to a contest in a porn magazine, and that the cartoon has won. He is killed shortly thereafter, leaving Molly to play midwife to her arch rival and going undercover in high school as if her life depended on it--which it very well might
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016480800
  • Publisher: O'Kane Ink
  • Publication date: 6/26/2013
  • Series: Molly Masters Mysteries , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 170,605
  • File size: 272 KB

Meet the Author

Leslie O'Kane is the author of 19 published mysteries and thrillers. She is the mother of a son and a daughter. Leslie and her husband have lived in the same home in Boulder, Colorado, for many years. She considers the time when she was taken hostage in a robbery the start of her life in crime, but writing about crime is much more fun than being victimized by it. When the robber jabbed her with the rifle to make her stop laughing, she learned that a sense of humor can be dangerous. (She was the head waitress in a bar where the robber was drinking, but he argued with her when she told him he'd missed last call. He left and came back with the weapon; Leslie's first thought had been: Wow. This guy is taking missing last call WAY too seriously!)
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