Dangerous Habits: Leah Nash Mysteries Book 1

Dangerous Habits: Leah Nash Mysteries Book 1

by Susan Hunter

Paperback

$15.99
Members save with free shipping everyday! 
See details

Overview

No secret stays buried forever.

When a torrential rainstorm uncovers a hidden corpse, small-town reporter Leah Nash is called in to cover the story.

The body is identified as Sister Mattea Riordan. Leah knew her. She was a nun who worked as an administrator at DeMoss Academy, the local school for troubled kids. The same school that Leah’s sister Lacey attended when she died in a tragic accident five years earlier.

The property at DeMoss Academy includes a large woods and a stretch of bluffs high above the Himmel River. Investigators think it was from this location that Sister Mattea plunged to her death and drowned.

But that’s not the shocking part.

Just before she died, Sister Mattea sent Leah a cryptic message. And it had something to do with Leah’s sister...

What if Lacey’s death wasn’t an accident? What if it was a murder?

What if that same person killed Sister Mattea to cover their misdeeds?

That would mean the killer is still out there.

Now Leah is determined to uncover the truth.

Even if the killer comes after her next...

DANGEROUS HABITS is the first book in the Leah Nash series. Filled with suspenseful twists and turns, it will keep you guessing right up to the shocking end.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781951249656
Publisher: Severn River Publishing
Publication date: 11/12/2019
Series: Leah Nash Mysteries , #1
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.85(d)

About the Author

Susan Hunter is a happy introvert who lives with her husband Gary, an extreme extrovert, in rural Michigan.

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.

Customer Reviews