Death was in the Blood by Linda L. Richards
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In the third Kitty Pangborn novel, Kitty finds herself challenged by what-might-have-beens. When Dex is charged with finding out who's threatening a wealthy industrialist's daughter, Kitty discovers herself back in the social class she was raised to, only now she's expected to come in the service entrance. It doesn't help that the young woman they've been hired to look out for doesn't want Dex and Kitty's protection: she's headstrong, willful, and -- in many ways -- not unlike Kitty herself. Set against the backdrop of preparation for the 1932 Olympic games, Death Was in the Blood takes the reader smack-dab into the lost history of the City of Angels, and the point where Kitty discovers what it means to give it up and let it go.

About Linda L. Richards

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LINDA L. RICHARDS is the editor and cofounder of "January "magazine ( and a regular contributor to "The Rap Sheet" ( "Mad Money," her first work of long fiction, was nominated for the Arthur Ellis Award for best first novel. "Death Was the Other Woman "is her hardcover debut. She lives near Vancouver.
Published July 10, 2013 by Five Star Publishing. 332 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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Kitty Pangborn might be the best assistant PI Dex Theroux could ever hope for, but she sometimes oversteps and accepts a case without his approval. Nonetheless, Dex takes the job of protecting Flora Woodruff, an Olympic equestrian hopeful, and her horse. Kitty knows the lifestyle, so she shadows ...

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