Equal Opportunity Death by Susan Dunlap

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To escape arrest for her best friend’s murder, Vejay must find the real killer—before it’s too late
In the small woodsy town of Henderson, California, the electric company is strict about sick days. So when meter-reader Vejay Haskell decides to play hooky, her first concern is staying out of sight. She skirts around the edge of town, making her way to Frank’s Place, a cozy saloon owned by her friend Frank Goulet. After two cups of hot buttered rum, they have an argument and she storms out into the pouring rain. She goes home, takes a nap, and awakens sober, embarrassed, and ready to apologize. But by the time she gets back to Frank’s bar, he is dead. Vejay was seen leaving Frank’s house in a huff, and her lack of an alibi combined with her suspicious sick day makes her the number-one suspect. As the police close in on her, Vejay turns detective in search of Frank’s real killer. It’s a perilous task, but she has one advantage when she puts on her work clothes: Nobody ever notices the meter-reader.

This ebook features an illustrated biography of Susan Dunlap including rare images from the author’s personal collection.
 

About Susan Dunlap

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Susan Dunlap is the author of nineteen novels and a collection of short stories, and editor of an anthology. She has won Anthony and Macavity awards and has been president of Sisters in Crime. Her day jobs have ranged from teaching Hatha yoga to working on a death penalty defense team. She and her husband live near San Francisco.
 
Published May 8, 2012 by Open Road Media. 184 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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