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“Madison is a kick-ass detective who was fearless, strong-willed, and tenacious.”
–Totally Addicted to Reading

This Christmas, murder doesn’t take a holiday…

Detective Madison Knight should have ignored her phone when it rang on Christmas Eve. Now she is spending her holiday dealing with her least favorite thing: a bloody murder scene.

Claire Reeves had it all—looks, sex appeal, and business savvy. But it seems that one of those things has caught up with her. Now, Madison and her partner are digging through the victim’s personal life, but the more they dig, the more people they find who had motive to kill her.

All the while, Madison is battling with a touch of the holiday blues, and the man she’s dating isn’t making things any easier. With the status of their relationship up in the air, it’s affecting her focus on the investigation. And if that wasn’t enough, tack on being the only female detective in the Major Crimes division and reporting to a sergeant who thinks less of her because she is a woman. Not that he’d say so in as many words.

But despite the odds, Madison is determined to prove herself by finding Claire’s killer and, more importantly, making sure justice is served.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2013
April 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
332
Pages
PUBLISHER
Hibbert & Stiles Publishing Inc.
SELLER
Smashwords, Inc.
SIZE
2.9
MB

Customer Reviews

as close ,

Twists and turns

This second book continues with Madison Knight's strong personality and drive to solve a murder. She expects the same from her partner. This drive to only work and the way she treats her co-workers doesn't endure her to me as a reader. I also felt sorry for Hershey. I understand why Terry did that, but she neglected him every day. It made me feel sorry for Hershey. As a detective Madison is good at her job.

wandi ohio ,

Wandiohio

This author is one I enjoy reading very much.
With each book I purchase. Keep the books coming.

Smack004 ,

Lively

While I enjoyed the book I dislike the main character. Thus far I cannot find a single redeeming quality that she possesses. She is rude, arrogant, argumentative, demanding and easy to hate. Why would an author invent such a disdainful person?

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