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Focused on Murder - A Spirit Lake Mystery #1 - cover

Focused on Murder - A Spirit Lake Mystery #1

Linda Townsdin

Publisher: Linda Townsdin

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Summary

Britt Johansson, a kickass photojournalist with a big heart and bad social skills follows a coed’s murder to the wilds of the US/Canadian border and lands in the crosshairs of an international crime ring. Only this time she’s in way over her head.

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