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Mind Me Milady: Kenneth and Anne Rothman Hicks

Can anyone go back in time and relive a past life? Can someone be so disoriented and so displaced as to think he/she lived in another time period and not remember events in the past or even in the present? Within this complex novel you will once again meet Jane Larson an attorney located on the Upper East Side. But, what will intrigue readers is that there is a killer out there who they refer to as the Gentleman Rapist who has targeted this lawyer and taunts her with his potential kills daring her to try and find him before the next body turns up. Receiving calls about his conquest and bragging about his kill haunts Jane. Imagine visualizing someone with a wire twisted around her throat and forced to do as he says without any regard for respecting the victim or…

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Death in Tyneside: Eileen Thornton

Tyneside seems to attract Agnes Lockwood but so does death seem to follow her path each time she is there. The first time she even assisted law enforcement solving a murder and actually using her critical thinking and reasoning skills to help solve the murder and bring the person to justice. But, what happens when she arrives again and comes face to face with a mutilated body? You got it! She becomes a witness, questioned and of course will once again use her sleuthing skills and curiosity to mix into the investigation much to the chagrin of her newfound boyfriend Alan Johnson.

Richard Harrison seems to be paying too much attention to Agnes and shows her a picture of a person that is supposedly her father and claims to be his. With someone named Joanne by his side Agnes thinks twice before letting him know…

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