Path to Murder

Path to Murder

by Andy Vogt

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BN ID: 2940016528809
Publisher: Andy Vogt
Publication date: 05/21/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Once upon a time Andy Vogt rubbed for a living--mostly on bodies. Then she stumbled over a keyboard, and now she massages minds with humor and suspense.

Originally from Germany, Andy has a lifelong passion for reading and writing, mainly mysteries. Even at the tender age of thirteen her bookshelves were an early indication, as they sported the entire collection of Agatha Christie novels. That passion, coupled with her at times warped sense of humor and creative imagination, resulted in two published novels: the intriguing murder mystery "Path to Murder" and the sultry and humorous novel "Secrets of a Massage Therapist."

She is currently working on a murder mystery series, as well as an inspirational book.

When she is not creating stories, mostly early in the morning, and with an obligatory cup of strong coffee nearby, Andy likes to mix it up on the radio airwaves, mingle during public speaking engagements and appearances, or lend her voice as a voice-over artist.

She considers her adopted home, a beautiful big city with small-town charm in the heart of the United States, her "island in the sun."

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Path to Murder 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SonnyRae More than 1 year ago
A Murder Mystery with Many Twists -- Having read her earlier book, Secrets of a Massage Therapist, I was looking forward to reading Andy Vogt’s next book. And I was pleasantly rewarded for my wait. Path to Murder is an intriguing murder mystery/romance novel that keeps the reader on her toes, wanting to know more. It starts out in the present, a woman wondering where she is and how she got there. Then suddenly the scene changes to a different woman who is lamenting a lost love, contemplating a career change, and seeking solace and a break from her routine. Vogt intricately intertwines the lives of these two women, Sophie and Angie, as the reader learns who they are and how their lives are connected. The story is told back and forth through the eyes of Sophie, a self-serving and vindictive woman bordering on being schizophrenic, and Angie, a young and vibrant woman who, it turns out, chose a very interesting small town for her vacation away from all her problems at home. Sophie’s antics throughout the book are very disturbing, so Vogt throws in a few very humorous flashbacks from Angie’s life to lighten up the mood as the reader follows the lives and thoughts of these two women. Many people are suspects in Sophie’s death. The culprit is not revealed until the very end, as the reader finds herself glued to the page. Angie’s path was left open at the end of the book, leading one to believe that there will be even more unforeseen adventures for her in the future. And I am sure Andy Vogt will not disappoint. For those readers who want to know more about Angie, I would highly recommend reading Secrets of a Massage Therapist.