She doesn't carry a gun, but then neither does a pit bull. ~
- ONE DEADLY SISTER the first novel in this popular women sleuths mystery romance series.
When an almost-too-clever young law student in Philadelphia gets a life-or-death call from her estranged brother who just moved to Florida--she tells him to go to hell. She doesn't need this. She's holding an old grudge and resents having her life interrupted.
The brother doesn't come looking for trouble, he simply wants to get past his divorce and start a new life in Florida, The brother doesn't have a clue about women and gets seduced and framed for murder. He hasn't bothered with his estranged sister up north for years, but now as a stranger in a hostile town she's his only hope.
She reluctantly decides to at least check out her brother's predicament in Florida. This small step leads the sister into an ever-increasing entanglement of deceit, double-cross, and danger, and she must somehow persuade the attractive investigating detective to play things her way.
Novels in this exciting women sleuths mysteries series:
- One Deadly Sister
- The Price of Candy
- Such Wicked Friends
- Chasing Suspect Three
- Alive After Friday
- Into the HeatEach is a stand-alone novel following the exciting adventures of Sandy Reid.
"I like mysteries.... I like romance!"
"Help me figure out what to read next." The novels in the Sandy Reid Mystery Romance series are fast-paced mysteries with a span of troubled romance; written in a compelling soft-boiled style you'll find enjoyable if you're tired of the usual formula mysteries. Neither Chick Lit nor Cozy, soft-boiled means it's gritty, on the edge, at times risqué and you can count on some murders being in there--but you don't have to read about the gruesome details. It will get suspenseful along the way, but eventually the female protagonist will get all the puzzle pieces put together, will restore order and we'll all be safe once again. Sandy Reid, doesn't carry a gun, but nevertheless isn't intimated by bad guys. Bullets don't bounce off her, but threats, assaults and insults invariably produce a toxic response. Why should men have all the fun?