Happy New Year, Emily Rose

Happy New Year, Emily Rose

by Elizabeth Butler

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Overview

Happy New Year, Emily Rose by Elizabeth Butler

After the holidays, Emily Rose Roberts is the first to arrive at the university to catch up on the stack of mail she knows will be waiting. She unlocks the door to discover the murdered body of Professor Stuart McBain in front of the mailboxes.

Victor Morales is the head detective in the local police department. He already has more cold cases than he wants, and McBain’s murder could be another unsolved crime. No matter what anyone says, Vic can’t imagine that petite Emily Rose, their only suspect, could be the killer.

Emily Rose could have been attracted to Vic if she hadn’t sworn off men. Besides, she carefully guards a secret she doesn’t want the detective to uncover. When a second murder has ties to Emily Rose, Vic has to decide whether he is falling in love with a murderer or a potential victim. He does know he must find the killer before anyone else dies.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015554434
Publisher: Mozark Press LLC
Publication date: 09/29/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 210
File size: 504 KB

About the Author

Eva Ridenour, writing as Elizabeth Butler has self-published seven novels, The Colonel’s Widow, Trailboss, J.D.’s Rustler, Master of the Night, Calico Queen, Libby, and Blue Light Special and Yellow Brick Road Collide. Libby was recipient of the Missouri Writer’s Guild Walter Williams Major Work Award for 2004. Her eighth novel, Honeysuckle was published by the e-book and paperback publisher, The Wild Rose Press. Her articles have appeared in magazines such as Boys’ Life, Family Motor Coaching, Midwest Outdoors, Grit, Persimmon Hill as well as religious magazines. Her poetry has been published in Cappers, The Mid-America Poetry Review, and Well Versed. She is past-president of the Columbia Chapter of the Missouri Writers’ Guild and past-treasurer of the Missouri Writers’ Guild. She currently resides in Armstrong, Missouri

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Happy New Year, Emily Rose 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
LucindaM More than 1 year ago
In many ways this mystery reads like a cozy. Emily Rose is determined to clear her name and puts herself in danger by trying to find a killer. This book has enough twists and turns to keep you turning the pages.