Nobody deserves to die that way.
In the Las Vegas desert a once famous pop singer lies dead, the only clue to her murder a bizarre disfigurement.
To avoid the hassle of a media frenzy, the local police sergeant decides to call in his old mentor Wade Parker to consult on the case.
After nearly dying eight months ago, Miranda Steele can't wait to get back to real detective work. If she can't solve this case, not only will she fail her destiny, another psycho killer might get away with murder. But Parker harbors secret reservations about their new venture together.
Especially when he suspects there might be more to this murder than meets the...eye.
All Eyes on Me is the first book in the Miranda and Parker Mystery series, and continues the popular Miranda Steele stories from bestselling author Linsey Lanier (the Miranda's Rights Mystery series). If you like J.D. Robb and Patterson, you'll want to come along on Miranda's new adventures.
Buy this book for a story readers say they can't put down.
Fulfilling your destiny...one killer at a time.
THE MIRANDA’S RIGHTS MYSTERY SERIES
Someone Else’s Daughter
THE MIRANDA AND PARKER MYSTERY SERIES
All Eyes on Me
Clowns and Cowboys
Zero Dark Chocolate
Trial by Fire
(more to come)
Customer ReviewsSee All
Who done it?
Called into to consult on a case, Miranda and Parker, must find out who killed Ambrosia. The clock is ticking. Will they help put away an innocent man or find the real killer? They make a great husband and wife PI team. Throw in some resilience and a lot of stubbornness and you got a cute little mystery.
All eyes on me
I thought it was a little too wordy but it kept you coming back and was very entertaining. It also had avast array of suspects that kept changing so you never figured out who did it till the end.
All Eyes on Me .... excellent
Really enjoyed this first book in the series about Miranda and Parker. They make an excellent team and this book is certainly a page turner. The characters are very believable and I didn't have the ending correct. Thought I did, but was surprised to see I was wrong. Excellent read.