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A View to a Kill - cover

A View to a Kill

Cheryl Bradshaw

Publisher: Cheryl Bradshaw

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Cheryl Bradshaw's library of three stand-alone, bestselling novels.  
 
The Devil Died at Midnight 
 
The devil is in the detail. 
 
When true-crime writer Alexandria Weston is found murdered on the last stop of her book tour for The Devil Wakes, a story about the life and death of serial killer Elias Pratt, fellow writer Joss Jax steps in to investigate. 
 
Joss's search reveals disturbing details from Alexandria's past, and a long list of enemies, each with a secret to hide. Just when Joss believes she's solved the mystery, an unexpected twist rises to the surface, a twist so deadly it unearths Elias Pratt from the grave and changes the lives of those who knew him forever. 
 
Hickory Dickory Dead 
 
Feisty. Ballsy. Bold. ... And not your average seventy-year-old woman. 
 
After a late-night tryst with a much younger man, Maisie Fezziwig wakes to a harrowing scream outside. Curious, she removes a pistol from her dresser drawer and walks outside to investigate. The sleepy street is still and calm at first, until Maisie stumbles on a grisly murder that will change her life forever. 
 
Eye for Revenge 
 
Quinn Montgomery has lost the will to live. 
 
She wakes to find herself in the hospital. Her childhood best friend Evie is dead. But not just dead, murdered, and Evie's four-year-old son witnessed it all. Traumatized over what he saw, he hasn't spoken. And when Evie's cold-blooded killer goes into hiding, Quinn isn't only out for justice, she's out for revenge. 
 
What readers are saying:  
 
"If you want a book that grabs you from beginning to end, this is it." N. Farris 
 
"No one does it better than Bradshaw, blending a mix of mystery, romance, and a bloody edge of revenge." Janet Fix, The Word Verve

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