After her family falls apart, nursing instructor Jillian Grey makes teaching her life. When she counsels a troubled student, then finds her dead in the trees near the school's parking lot, Jillian does the right thing. She checks for a pulse and calls 9-1-1.
Jillian gets more than an emergency response. Police detectives quickly point out that she was the last to see the young woman alive, then discovered the body. In their opinions, it is an unlikely coincidence.
Jillian must uncover the killer or lose everything-including her freedom-for a murder she didn't commit.
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About the Author
Gregg started writing as a teenager, turning out pages of sappy poetry. In the mid-nineties, she bought a how-to book about writing a novel and committed the story burning in her head to paper. She recognized that first novel as a learner's effort-unfit to be published, joined Mystery Writers of America, and actively pursued the craft.
Credits include She Learned to Die, the lord, Imperfect Daddy, Imperfect Contract, Illegally Dead, Chapter 14 of Naked Came the Flamingo, a Murder on the Beach progressive novella edited by Barbara Parker and Joan Mickelson, and On the Edge, a short story [MiamiARTzine.com]. The Writers' Network of South Florida recognized On the Edge among the finalists in their Seventh Annual Short Story Contest.