Walk In

Walk In

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by Honora Finkelstein, Susan Smily
     
 

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A middle-aged professor is brutally murdered by a serial killer. Now in the astral plane, she yearns to bring her killer to justice but instead is pulled into the body of a girl who has just died.

As the professor learns where and who she's supposed to be, she finds she's in witness protection, was stabbed by a hit-man, and is now without access to money, friends,

Overview

A middle-aged professor is brutally murdered by a serial killer. Now in the astral plane, she yearns to bring her killer to justice but instead is pulled into the body of a girl who has just died.

As the professor learns where and who she's supposed to be, she finds she's in witness protection, was stabbed by a hit-man, and is now without access to money, friends, or family.

In order to stop her own serial killer, she must flee from her FBI protector and the hit-man while trying to connect with the only person whom she thinks might believe her and help her - a young man whom she might have loved in her other life...if she hadn't been his mentor.

And then the girl whose body she now controls begins to re-emerge...

About the Authors: Honora Finkelstein has been a U. S. Navy intelligence officer, college professor, small-press publisher, prize-winning newspaper editor, television producer, workshop leader across the U.S., in Canada, and in Europe, and talk show host (otherwise known as an "agent provocateur"). Like her protagonists, she has precognitive dreams, has experience with past life memories, and sometimes talks to ghosts.

Susan Smily taught elementary school for 25 years, acquiring a gray hair for every student she taught. An author, publisher, and workshop leader, she was once the Science Teacher of the Year (cover girl) for the Boreal Science Supply Catalogue and as a result had coffee stains on her face in every high school in Canada.

Finkelstein and Smily are winners of the "Love Is Murder" Readers' Choice Award (the Lovey) for Best First Novel for The Chef Who Died Sautéing and were nominated for an Agatha Award for that same book. They have three published novels in their Ariel Quigley cozy mystery series and three Killer Cookbooks, as well as their new thriller Walk-In.

Editorial Reviews

Allen E. Ansorge
“In WALK-IN, the team of Finkelstein and Smily again take us to the edge of
understanding what makes us who we are. A tale of assassination, revenge
on a serial killer, and mystical deception all serve to make this novel a
must read."---- Allan E. Ansorge, author of the Bay Harbour Mysteries.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781610090384
Publisher:
Oak Tree Press
Publication date:
12/30/2011
Pages:
242
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

Meet the Author

Honora Finkelstein has been a U. S. Navy intelligence officer, university professor, small-press publisher, prize-winning newspaper editor, television producer, workshop leader across the U.S., in Canada, and in Europe, and talk show host (otherwise known as an “agent provocateur”). Like her protagonists, she has precognitive dreams, has experienced past life memories, and has even found herself out of body.

Susan Smily taught elementary school for 25 years, acquiring a gray hair for every student she taught. An author, publisher, and workshop leader, she was once the Science Teacher of the Year (cover girl) for the Boreal Science Supply Catalogue and as a result had coffee stains on her face in every high school in Canada.

Finkelstein and Smily are winners of the “Love Is Murder” Readers’ Choice Award (the Lovey) for Best First Novel for The Chef Who Died Sautéing and were nominated for an Agatha Award for that same book. They have three published novels in their Ariel Quigley cozy mystery series and three Killer Cookbooks, as well as their new thriller Walk-In.

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