Dead of Winter by Patricia Parkinson

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Murders don’t happen in the cozy, mountain town of Windy Creek, Montana.

Kate Madison is both overcome with grief and determined to find the killer who murdered Harley Wilson. When Kate was a child her real father ran off, leaving Kate and her mother to fend for themselves. But Harley Wilson stepped up to the plate, became her father of the heart.

The local sheriff of Windy Creek doesn’t like Kate playing detective. Sheriff Steve Lambert has been attracted to Kate since day one. Kate on the other hand acts as if she could care less until one day while Steve and she are searching for clues at Harley’s house.

Kate chalks up her sudden, powerful attraction to Steve Lambert as the life affirming thing. Soon after that their feelings for each other explode into a passionate affair. Their fragile relationship hangs in the balance because of a mistake Kate made in her past. When the killer starts stalking her, Kate realizes this isn’t at all like her mystery writing career. It is the real thing.


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Published March 28, 2006 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 292 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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