Killer Secrets

Killer Secrets

by Zia Westfield

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Killer Secrets by Zia Westfield

With bills to pay, an orphaned niece to raise and her job on the line, Gemma Fitzgibbons needs a front-page story in order to keep her job. A serial killer and a corrupt detective, whose father was accused of corruption, offer headline possibilities, but when she confronts Jack Donahue, the detective is nothing like she expected.
Jack considers reporters to be bottom-feeders, and deep into the investigation of a series of murders in which the victim is posed with a wedding veil, he doesn't have the time or inclination to delve into the scandal that ruined his father's career. But Gemma won't take no for an answer. Neither will she stop investigating the Wedding Veil Killer. When she attracts the attention of the killer, Jack is assigned to keep her safe. But Gemma isn't about to hide away. She intends to use the leads she's developed to help him track down the person responsible for the gruesome murders.
Torn between his dislike of reporters and his admiration for the smart, sexy, reporter he's drawn deeper into the scandal in his father's past–a scandal that someone will kill to keep hidden.
But, when Gemma uncovers secrets about the scandal, and her life is threatened, Jack is determined to protect her. It's also time to make a choice–leave the past buried or fight for the future.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158816871
Publisher: Richard Savage
Publication date: 02/06/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 230
File size: 281 KB

About the Author

Zia Westfield creates suspenseful, exciting stories with romance at the heart of them. There is nothing more thrilling than watching two people fall in love despite the odds and the danger surrounding their every move.
She makes her home in Tokyo with her husband and three sons. She holds a full-time job, volunteers too much because she doesn’t know how to say “no,” and generally finds peace between the pages of a book or when she’s writing out the stories in her head.

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