Dead File by Kelly Lange
(Maxi Poole Mysteries)

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* The Reporter, Kelly Lange's most recent novel, was published in Mysterious Press hardcover in 3/02 and is a Featured Alternate of The Mystery Guild(R). It will be published in Warner paperback in 4/03.
* Lange is also the author of Gossip (1998) and Trophy Wife (1996), published by Simon & Schuster. A well-known television anchor-reporter in Los Angeles, Lange is the recipient of numerous honors.
* Lange's protagonist is engaging and outrageous, and fans of Janet Evanovich, Sue Grafton, and Lauren Henderson will welcome another contender to the mystery shelves.
 

About Kelly Lange

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Lange is NBC-4's in Los Angeles's most popular news anchor.
 
Published February 28, 2009 by Grand Central Publishing. 330 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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No way, Maxie staunchly declares, even if being with him makes “my heart explode out of my body.” So it’s back to a murder case in which suspects abound—though the puzzle is so obvious that no veteran crime fiction reader or career criminal would give it the time of day.

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After the authorities pronounce Gillian's death natural, Maxi's self-styled snooping turns up enough questionable pharmaceutical evidence to prod the medical examiner into a second autopsy that proves Gillian was murdered.

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Maxi Poole is a TV anchorwoman/reporter in Los Angeles.

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