Murder Ballad by Elizabeth K. Wadsworth

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Manhattan in 1947 is a man's world, but hard-boiled redhead Allison Malloy can match the boys drink for drink and wisecrack for wisecrack. As secretary to a private eye, she knows typing and shorthand are only part of the job--and the job just might kill her. Rescuing her boss from the clutches of a dangerous femme fatale, helping him beat a murder rap, and saving his life don't pay extra, but that won't stop Malloy from trying...

About Elizabeth K. Wadsworth

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Elizabeth K. Wadsworth is a writer and puppeteer who makes her home in rural Connecticut. When not working on her next novel featuring Malloy and Russell, she can be found gardening, listening to jazz and blues music, sewing miniature haute couture for fashion dolls, and hanging out with her partner-in-crime, Al. A confirmed procrastinator, she spends far more time on the Internet than she ought to.
Published July 26, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Allison Malloy may just be a secretary, but she sees everything that goes on at Straight and Russell, Private Investigations.

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