Hide and Die by Stella Whitelaw
(Jordan Lacey Mysteries)

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The fourth in the much-acclaimed Jordan Lacey series Jordan Lacey, Latching's intrepid and unconventional P.I., has two new cases to solve: a paternity dispute and a weird cross-dressing mystery. Neither case is as simple as it seems and during her roller-coaster investigations, she unearths more than she expects. She becomes entangled in a ten-year-old unsolved murder and it doesn't help when she is held hostage by a bull mastiff, engulfed by a freak tidal wave and poisoned by some suspicious parsley. Her own emotional dramas escalate when Detective Sergeant Ben Evans talks her into a holiday and Detective Inspector James, the object of her unrequited love, has a fit of old-fashioned jealousy.

About Stella Whitelaw

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Whitelaw began her writing career as a cub reporter on a newspaper and becme the youngest female chief reporter in London. She has had over thirty novels published, as well as approximately 230 short stories.
Published September 1, 2003 by Severn House Publishers. 256 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The murder gets her within kissing distance of James, as do various other escapades: getting in the middle of a bar fight while plying Nesta Simons with enough vodka to make her come clean about Dwain’s paternity, serving a summons on a fence who imprisons her in a bedroom with a mastiff standing...

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