Deadly Harvest by Ellen Rawlings

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In college they were the Sixpack--five guys and one girl, sweet Dilly Friedman. Five years later, two of them are dead, one from an overdose of pain pills and Dilly at the hands of a murderer.

The police are clueless, but freelance journalist Rachel Crowne follows her nose to the surviving Sixpackers--a politician, a preacher, a musician, and a businessman, all with a lot to lose if they become embroiled in scandal.

And with Rachel Crowne on their case, the party's over. . . .

About Ellen Rawlings

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Ellen Rawlings was formerly a writer/editor with a Washington-area government agency and a college English teacher. She began her fiction-writing career as a Regency romance author but has recently switched to mysteries. She lives in Columbia, Maryland, with her husband, a mathematician, and a Chihuahua named Tommy. Ms. Rawlings is currently at work on her next Rachel Crowne novel.
Published July 30, 1997 by Fawcett.
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Freelance writer Rachel Crowne, who has earned the moniker Pit Bull because of her relentless interview technique, has decided to investigate the murder of Dilly Friedman despite the strong objection of friends.

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