Breaking News: Local Heiress Dead

Breaking News: Local Heiress Dead

by Charlotte Morganti
Breaking News: Local Heiress Dead

Breaking News: Local Heiress Dead

by Charlotte Morganti

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Overview

A woman betrayed. A marriage trashed. A body in the lake.
Less than two weeks before police slap handcuffs on Olivia Mercier's wrists.

When divers discover Shauna Wylie's body, encased in a barrel of concrete in Donner Lake, Olivia is of two minds. The death of her former best friend traumatizes her. At the same time however, Shauna is the reason Olivia's husband lives in a bachelor pad. Now someone has dispatched Shauna from Earth. Is it wrong to feel vindicated?
Then police find a bag of cement in Olivia's garage and learn she stands to inherit $17.5 million from Shauna. Olivia rockets to the front of the suspect line. Positive the police won't look for other suspects, especially when forensic results arrive, Olivia launches a search Shauna's killer. Her investigation uncovers long-buried secrets and earns Olivia top billing on the killer's hit list.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940185865453
Publisher: Charlotte Morganti
Publication date: 03/21/2024
Series: Breaking News Mysteries , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 840,551
File size: 609 KB

About the Author

Charlotte Morganti is a Canadian writer of crime fiction. She has been a burger flipper, a beer slinger, and a corporate finance/mining lawyer.
Charlotte writes novels and short stories, ranging from gritty investigations to lighter capers. She usually sets her stories in small towns that miraculously harbour both villains (often cunning, occasionally inept) and the sleuths who pursue them.
Charlotte’s works have been shortlisted for various awards, including the Crime Writers of Canada’s Awards of Excellence. She is a member of Sisters in Crime and Crime Writers of Canada, and is a past president of Sisters in Crime-Canada West.
Charlotte and her husband live in a small town on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, where it’s mostly sunny, except when it’s raining.
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