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Help Wanted: A Kyle Shannon Mystery
     

Help Wanted: A Kyle Shannon Mystery

by Linda Mickey
 

The holidays have arrived but Kyle Shannon isn’t feeling festive. Her lover may be leaving, and her friend Tiffany is in the financial pits. Things aren’t right at Office Right, either. On assignment within the company, she finds bottoming sales, temps with attitude, and a boss as frosty as a snowman.

Then somebody murders a manager and all the

Overview

The holidays have arrived but Kyle Shannon isn’t feeling festive. Her lover may be leaving, and her friend Tiffany is in the financial pits. Things aren’t right at Office Right, either. On assignment within the company, she finds bottoming sales, temps with attitude, and a boss as frosty as a snowman.

Then somebody murders a manager and all the ho-ho-ho goes up the chimney.

Forced to add “find the killer” to their holiday wish list, Kyle and Detective Ian Page face a jumble of confusing facts until a tragic accident forces them to look at the case from a new perspective.

This Christmas will be a slay-ride for sure.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940032873785
Publisher:
Linda Mickey
Publication date:
11/12/2011
Series:
Kyle Shannon Mysteries , #4
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
714 KB

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Meet the Author

What do more than twenty years of business management experience and murder mysteries have in common? Linda Mickey.Mickey worked her way up from bank teller to Chicago region project manager for a Fortune 500 staffing company. During her more than fifteen years in the corporate business environment she augmented her formal education with plenty of practical experience. Now employed by an accounting firm, she regularly sees the importance of small business following sound business practices.As a speaker and workshop facilitator, Linda Mickey is frequently asked how to manage a writing business. Questions about publishing industry-related topics came up so often that she decided to compile what she knew about business and what she had learned about the publishing industry into Dollars and Sense for Writers.

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