Game, Set, Murder by Judith Mehl

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Find New Route in Mystery Genre In this second book of the series, "Game, Set, Murder," amateur sleuth Kat Everitt pinpoints the killer of a tennis tournament manager through handwriting analysis. Readers can follow the written clues to learn more about the suspects, or more about themselves. As the story unfolds, the killer fears discovery and attacks Kat to deter her from pursuit in this mystery on a university campus in the Pocono Mountains. The journey, fraught with tension, takes the readers through the foibles of university life and tennis mania, and introduces new, unforgettable characters.

About Judith Mehl

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Judith Mehl's handwriting analysis stories feature a feisty woman sleuth, Kat Everett, with a passion for sporting designer shoes and solving murders. Kat's experiences resonate with humor as she wields handwriting analysis to narrow the field of suspects. Judith employs handwriting analysis tips to launch each chapter in this new series and encourage readers to ponder their own handwriting characteristics. She is a member of the American Association of Handwriting Analysts, and past editor of the organization's journal. She appreciates the nuances involved in solving real-world crime through handwriting's negative traits and innocent attributes. Now a full-time writer, Judith Mehl has 15 years experience in higher education publications and public relations work. A graduate of Northern Illinois University with a degree in journalism, she has published numerous newspaper and magazine articles prior to her move to fiction writing. Her non-fiction works are peppered with gardening and medicinal herb information. Her fictitious students, faculty, and staff are colored with the quirks of her real life world. She lives in the mountains where she explores the relationship of woodland plants to their environment and their medicinal value for humans.For more information, and future books in the series, visit her
Published November 24, 2012 by Pennystone Books. 248 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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