Deadly Decisions: 5 Tales of Crime and Suspense

Deadly Decisions: 5 Tales of Crime and Suspense

by BV Lawson

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From Derringer Award winner BV Lawson comes five short tales of crime and suspense about the dark choices people make when their backs are against a wall:

A sheriff's deputy and a nun hold the fate of a meth dealer in their hands;

A down-on-his-luck former violinist takes fate into his own, scarred hands;

A forensic linguist becomes obsessed with solving the puzzle of a missing Moravian deed that might be the key to murder;

A homeless man killed by a hit-and-run finds unusual after-death advocates in a minister and his cat;

And a hitman with unusual skills just wants to be left alone.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940033042784
Publisher: BV Lawson
Publication date: 02/08/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 988,960
File size: 187 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Past career hats BV Lawson tried on include maid, super-speedy typist, classical musician, radio announcer, being in TV commercials (for all of one day), research assistant, TV features writer and working for the Discovery Channel. Now a full-time freelance writer, she's penned articles for various publications and won awards for her many published stories and poems. Thanks to the influence of library genes handed down from her mother, she created the blog In Reference to Murder which contains over 3,000 links for mystery readers and writers. She's working on a series of crime fiction novels set in various locations in and around the mid-Atlantic, and when time permits, BV and her husband enjoy flying over Northern Virginia and the Chesapeake in a little putt-putt plane. Visit BV via her web site, No ticket required

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I used to love the short stories in Hitchcock and Ellery Queen paperback books. I JUST wish the 'short stories' lasted longer. They are carefully staged and so well written. My favorite - I think- was the one called A PAW OF RIGHTEOUSNESS. Sandi B / MT