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Tomi Reyes is a documentary filmmaker who moonlights as a receptionist to pay the bills. It’s an easy gig — until she gets promoted, and her somewhat interesting life goes totally insane.

For starters, her new boss, Scott Martin, morphs from nice guy to creepy dictator in the space of five seconds. Then, the bodies of her friends start turning up in their refrigerators. Tomi may suspect Scott, but all of the evidence is pointing to her! She’s wondering what to pack for prison, ...

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Overview

Tomi Reyes is a documentary filmmaker who moonlights as a receptionist to pay the bills. It’s an easy gig — until she gets promoted, and her somewhat interesting life goes totally insane.

For starters, her new boss, Scott Martin, morphs from nice guy to creepy dictator in the space of five seconds. Then, the bodies of her friends start turning up in their refrigerators. Tomi may suspect Scott, but all of the evidence is pointing to her! She’s wondering what to pack for prison, when a childhood pal Nicholas “Nickels” Turino is the (very hot) FBI agent assigned to the case. When the killer sets his sights on her, she realizes she’ll have to unmask the psycho herself or die trying.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781612183619
  • Publisher: Amazon Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/17/2012
  • Pages: 303
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Annette Sandoval’s writing is tightly bound to her experience as a Mexican American. She grew up in the barrio neighborhoods of Santa Ana, California, the youngest of five children born to immigrants from Jalisco, Mexico. Her mother named her after Mouseketeer Annette Funicello, wanting one of her children to have an “American” name. She is the author of The Directory of Saints and Homegrown Healing: Traditional Remedies from Mexico, as well as the novel Women Are Like Chickens. Her writing has appeared in national publications and the San Francisco Bay Guardian, and she has been a guest on NPR, CBS, and PBS. She lives today in Northern California.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2013

    i loved the book i can stop thinking if tomi and nickels ever go

    i loved the book i can stop thinking if tomi and nickels ever got married

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