Fatal Sisters [NOOK Book]

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A discharged soldier, Thomas Spevak, returns home only to find that someone is impersonating his sister, Megan. Hoping to find out what happened to his sister, Tommy hides his own identity and fakes a friendship with the woman who he calls Meg. But when he starts to fall in love with Meg, he discovers to his horror that Meg probably murdered his sister.
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Fatal Sisters

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Overview

A discharged soldier, Thomas Spevak, returns home only to find that someone is impersonating his sister, Megan. Hoping to find out what happened to his sister, Tommy hides his own identity and fakes a friendship with the woman who he calls Meg. But when he starts to fall in love with Meg, he discovers to his horror that Meg probably murdered his sister.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011094637
  • Publisher: Leon Shure
  • Publication date: 9/2/2010
  • Series: North Shore Mysteries
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 924,679
  • File size: 620 KB

Meet the Author

Leon Shure has published seven mysteries, all taking place in the wealthy and diverse North Shore suburbs of Chicago. These are "Fatal Sisters," "The Baba Yaga, a Dr. Adam Karl Mystery," and "Screams and Bleeds, a Vanek Mystery," "Think Fast, Detective Vanek," “The Search for Hanson Sted, a Cal Hodges Mystery,” and two Kate Wehring mysteries. Another of his books, a free collection of his Twitter tweets "#Conversationstopers: Puns, Non Sequitur, Impossible Scenarios" became a ebook best seller, with almost 30,000 downloads and a second collection of his #Conversationstoppers has been published. Shure is completing second drafts of a Baba Yaga sequel and a Cal Hodges sequelShure is a life-long resident of the Chicago area, and has lived both in the city and in the North and Northwest suburbs. A bachelors and masters graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, Shure worked for the Lerner Newspapers (a chain of weeklies in the city); the Day Newspapers, a suburban daily newspaper chain owned by Field Enterprises, now the Chicago Sun-Times;, and Paddock Publications, a chain of daily newspapers in the Northwest suburbs, where he worked as a police reporter. He received the Jacob Sher Award for Outstanding Investigative Reporting.Shure also served as an attorney for a Federal Ageny and has held elective office in local governments. He is married and has two children.
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