Last Shot at Justice

Last Shot at Justice

by Kristi Cramer

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Overview

Detective Mitzi Reardon just became the prime suspect in a murder she didn't commit. On the run from enemies and coworkers alike, Mitzi must put her trust in Blue Thomas, an old-school cowboy from Kansas. Against all odds, they must bring the real killer to justice.

As a trap closes around them, Mitzi devises a bold escape strategy that may just get both of them killed.

"Kristi Cramer knows how to keep the suspense pumping in this never-a-dull-moment thriller." Calvin Dean, author of Curses, A Door Unlocked, and The Epitaph of Jonas Barloff.

"Stunning dialogue between the characters. Humorous and action-packed. Blue feels like a real person." N.D. Taylor, author of The Spellbound Consortium series of Urban Fantasy.

Last Shot at Justice is A Thomas Family Novel, a series of suspenseful standalone novels featuring characters connected to the Thomas Family of Syracuse, Kansas.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781544212814
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/05/2017
Series: A Thomas Family Novel , #1
Pages: 226
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.48(d)

About the Author

When Kristi isn't riding her Harley or working at the Arc of Lane County for her "day job," you can find her in front of her computer, hammering out exciting suspense stories for anyone willing to read them, or hanging around on social media.

Although she has honed her writing craft for 30+ years, she only published her first book in 2012. Her strange and varied work history - having held jobs from a hotel housekeeper, a car wash attendant, an insurance underwriter, an electronics assembly line worker, a date entry tech in auto parts warehouse, a blueberry nursery shipping coordinator, a local delivery driver, and a truck driver and owner of her own trucking company - gives her a broad base from which to build her characters and storylines. Now a billing specialist for The Arc of Lane County, she supports those who care for people with disabilities while she pursues her writing career in earnest.

She got married for the first time at 38, skipped being a mommy and went straight to Grandma. She says, "It worked out best for everyone that way." It is fully her intention to go to her grave having never changed a diaper.

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