An Alex T & Co. Mystery
Alex has problems. She can't resist a clue, doesn't believe in ground rules, and won't listen to her internal voice that could keep her out of trouble. When a popular teacher, her best friend, is murdered, the detective assigned to the case asks her to be his eyes and ears at the school. Now her problems become his problem. He ends up spending as much time fishing Alex out of hot water as he does collecting evidence. The duo constantly butt heads in their race to catch the killer.
Detective Conner Smyth, a chess addict, has never won a game. When Noah challenges him online, he figures he's got nothing to lose. He's wrong When chess pieces turn up on dead bodies, the stakes mount as the number rises. What he needs is a master chess player. His search ends with a ten year old boy. To complicate matters, Conner falls for the kid's mother. What is he willing to risk to solve the case? His partner's respect? Losing a new love? Putting a young boy's life in danger?
Who's Brian Webster?
Brian and Trish worked at the same high school. In fact, it's the one on which Lincoln High in Dance of Deception is based.
During one of their conversations about writing, Brian asked if she would be interested in writing the book for a screenplay he had in mind. When he described the premise of the story, Trish didn't hesitate. She had to write Death by Default. Read
more about their partnership on their Storytellers' page.
Powerful true stories of ordin-ary women, faced with extra- ordinary life-altering circum stances. Be touched and even changed as you travel with each woman as she faces the harsh challenges life has brought her way.
Authors: Golda Brunhild, Kathy Bryn, and Trish Reeb each tell a story of an amazing woman's journey through a maze of trials and tribulations.
About the Author
Trish Reeb, a transplant from MI, lives in FL with her husband, Chuck. Besides writing, she enjoys golf (when she can tear herself away from the computer), reading, book club, writer's groups, visiting out-of-state family (five kids and nine grands), traveling, and getting together with friends. Her biggest com-plaint? There aren't enough hours in the day to do everything she wants and that's even with rising at 5:00 a.m. Learn more on subsequent pages.
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