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Snow Job
     

Snow Job

by Kate Kulig
 

January is typically a quiet time for Bloody Murder bookstore. That quiet stretch of time between Twelfth Night and Mardi Gras where a lot of people in New Orleans kick back and relax. Those were Zofia Smith''s plans that Sunday. Until a man collapsed, bleeding, on her floor.

A call to 911, an attempt at CPR, a fainting spell, and unknown minutes later, Zo

Overview

January is typically a quiet time for Bloody Murder bookstore. That quiet stretch of time between Twelfth Night and Mardi Gras where a lot of people in New Orleans kick back and relax. Those were Zofia Smith''s plans that Sunday. Until a man collapsed, bleeding, on her floor.

A call to 911, an attempt at CPR, a fainting spell, and unknown minutes later, Zo found herself in a heap on her floor, with no sign of the man, dead or alive. The paramedics weren't amused, her boyfriend was worried and as Zo tries to put the pieces together, she keeps getting told she's losing her mind.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940046347487
Publisher:
Kate Kulig
Publication date:
11/04/2014
Series:
Bloody Murder Mysteries
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
383 KB

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Meet the Author

Kate Kulig was born in Saugus, Massachusetts and denies all responsibility for the hospital burning down at a later date. Her first story that generated a positive response was, "If I were the Easter Bunny," when she was in first grade. She graduated from Hofstra University with a BA in Communications and a minor in English.

Five states, several moves and more than a few careers later, including time spent as a disc jockey, stage manger, delivery driver, bookseller and a memorable temp job counting arrows, she found herself in Connecticut. By day she is a project manager in New York City with a ludicrous commute that leaves a lot of time for reading. When not working, reading, or writing, she can be found prowling ramen shops, traveling to New Orleans, experimenting in the kitchen, playing RPG's, and watching way too many crime shows.

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