Romancing the Crime (Cory Marin Book 1)

| July 20, 2018

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Compares favorably to Harlan Coben.   Amazon Reviewer

A fast-paced book that kept me wound up tighter than a drum all the way through.  Amazon Reviewer
 
As a die-hard detective fiction reader, I think this is an incredible first book in this genre. The plot is well thought-out and presented. The characters are very well written, and the villain is as attractive as Milton’s Satan! I flew through this novel, and I can’t wait for the next Cory Marin to appear. This is great summer reading, though you may be so involved with the book that you get a sunburn!     Amazon Reviewer                
Warning: don’t start reading the last hundred pages of this book as you get in bed on a work night! You think you know the characters, but they become so much more nuanced and complex. You think you have a handle on all the clues, but you don’t really. You think you know where the plot is headed, but uh oh, you don’t. This is what good mystery writing is all about.           Amazon Reviewer

 Sgt. Cory Marin, head of homicide, has her hands full. Not everyone on her squad is happy she’s in charge, she’s still dealing with the break up of her marriage, and wealthy residents are up in arms over the murder of a young professor in broad daylight in Ravine Creek, a proposed city park where she jogs every day. Cory is convinced that what appears to be a random robbery gone wrong is premeditated murder. Her job is complicated by the appearance of Fletcher Manning, a bestselling novelist who shadows her as research for a female detective novel he is writing. She has her guard up, but as she gets to know him, she softens and begins to fall for him.

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