A CHILLING MURDER SHOCKS A SMALL WISCONSIN TOWN
True crime writer Leah Nash is stunned when police investigating the murder of a beautiful young college professor focus on her ex-husband Nick. Leah has no illusions about her ex, but despite his flaws, she just can’t see him as a killer. Reluctantly, she agrees to help Nick’s attorney prove that he isn’t.
But Nick’s lies make it hard to find the truth, and when a damning piece of evidence surfaces, Leah plunges into doubt. Is she defending an innocent man or helping a murderer escape? She pushes on to find out, uncovering hidden motives and getting hit by twists she never saw coming. Leah’s own flaws impede her search for the truth. When she finds it, will it be too late to prevent a devastating confrontation?
DANGEROUS FLAWS is the fifth standalone book in the Leah Nash series of complex, fast-paced murder mysteries featuring quick-witted dialogue, daring female characters, and plots with lots of twists and turns.
What readers are saying about Susan Hunter and DANGEROUS FLAWS:
★★★★★ “I loved each and every one of the books—can't wait for the next to come out. Hope it is soon.”
★★★★★ “Perfect record for this series—I never figure out who did what. Yet it somehow all makes sense when it is done.”
★★★★★ “Entertainment at its best. I rejoined Amazon kindle unlimited again after my purchase of this book … I knew I wouldn't be satisfied until I read them all.”
★★★★★ “I loved the whole series so far… You get to know the town, the characters and you think along with the writer. Never guess the endings though, there are so many twists.”
★★★★★ "I adore Susan Hunter's Leah Nash Mysteries. Every book is jam-packed with suspense and tension, danger, deeply delineated characters, and the hardrock passion for uncovering truth possessed by driven investigative journalist (now true crime author) Leah Nash."
About the Author
She spent some years as a reporter and then as the managing editor of a small daily newspaper. From there Susan went on to work at a university in publications and marketing where she honed her skills at appearing engaged in academic meetings, while internally composing her grocery list. She also taught a few classes as well-in English composition, that is, not in faking your way through meetings.
In addition to writing the Leah Nash series, Susan enjoys reading other people's writing, watching classic films, occasional walks and snarky conversation with old friends and family, eating chocolate chip cookies, and answering emails from her readers.