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Breaks: Corpus Christi Mysteries, Book 2

Breaks: Corpus Christi Mysteries, Book 2

by Alice Marks


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Rhonda Collins, the doctor who went missing in the first book of The Corpus Christi Mysteries Series, Missing, is back in her hometown. Now she uses her own name, Sandra Lewis. Sandra and her sister, the real Rhonda, stir up things up in the little town of Harmon, which now has its own missing woman. She will be in for a surprise.
They find one of their sisters, Rainey, who prefers to distance herself from them. Mama is in the next town, but she only remembers giving birth to her first daughter, Rhonda.
Meanwhile in Chicago, Brian Cavendish was arrested for manufacturing false documents.
In Corpus Christi, detective Gonzalez works to reopen the case against the missing doctor as she hopes to nail both the fraudulent doctor and the one who supplied her false credentials. Her partner, Stan Belkin, tells her she's on her own.
Running low on money, Sandra plans to return to Corpus Christi to reclaim all her assets. What she doesn't know, is that all her assets have already been frozen.
Rhonda, two sisters, and a niece will have a few good breaks and bad ones as Spring Break begins in South Texas.

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ISBN-13: 9781986341363
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/08/2018
Series: Corpus Christi Mysteries , #2
Pages: 286
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Alice Marks originally from Cheyenne, Wyoming is a fiction author with 2 books based in Corpus Christi, Tx with a third in progress. She lived in Corpus Christi for a few months as a toddler WWII and 8 years as an adult. Currently she lives in Duluth, MN where she leads a writing group, teaches writing classes and workshops, and is a former member of the Lake Superior Writers Group.executive board. She has had short stories published in anthologies by Alesha Escobar, Erika Szabo,Richard Mueller and in Chicken Soup for the Soul and in Persimmon Tree. Her poetry has been used in an art collaboration in Port Aransas and a dance collaboration in Duluth. Several of her poems have been published; and her humor was published by New Christian Voices. A former early childhood educator, she's a wife of 54 years, mother of mother of four, m-n-l of three, and grandma of six; and cherishes a host of friends and extended family members.

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