ONLINE DATING CAN BE MURDER...
A website that matches sugar daddies with college-age sugar babies is a major moneymaker for the woman who created it. Until a blackmail scandal erupts and the owner winds up murdered—in the home of Himmel Times reporter Miguel Santos. Miguel has no connection to the victim—but it turns out a close family member does. When his uncle is arrested for murder, Miguel turns to crime writer Leah Nash for help. She soon learns that the owner of the site had links to several residents of small-town Himmel, Wisconsin, with secrets to hide.
Leah finds plenty of leads—and alienates a few people as she investigates—but she can’t see the pattern that weaves them all together. Until an unexpected second murder and an equally unexpected ally give her a flash of insight. When the clues finally fall into place, Leah uses all her courage and quick-thinking in a tense climax that reveals that she’s been keeping a few things secret from herself.
DANGEROUS SECRETS is the fourth 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 SECRETS:
★★★★★ "...lived up to my expectations...and then some."
★★★★★ "I have read all of the Leah Nash series, they just keep getting better and better.”
★★★★★ “I love Susan Hunter! Her Leah Nash series has original plots, wonderfully fleshed-out characters, and you never know "whodunnit" until the very end!”
★★★★★ “I couldn't wait for this book to come out! I read it in two days and now I'm left wondering....when is the next one coming out!!! Loved every page!”
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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.