Murder and the Masquerade by Dorothy Phaire
Book 1 of the Dorothy Phaire Romantic Mystery Series

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"""Mystery, murder, and romance weave a tale around characters who are Black professionals living in today's world. Phaire writes with a style that struts from start to finish.""
-E. Ethelbert Miller, director, African American Resource Center, Howard University
""Murder and the Masquerade, demonstrates how important it is to address your unfinished business since the only true relationship begins with yourself. This book makes the point very well. I am sure it will change the way many women think and behave in their romantic experiences.""
-Audrey B. Chapman, author, Seven Attitude Adjustments
When Dr. Renee Hayes is suspected of involvement in a murder case, she becomes conflicted about her ethical oath as a psychologist. Torn between her professional loyalty to a patient and her young lover, who is investigating the case, Renee is forced to do whatever it takes to clear her own name and rethink her purpose in life. But the most shocking secret of all is unlocked in the end, and it will change all of their lives forever.
Packed with drama and intrigue, Murder and the Masquerade opens up the details of an intense love triangle, woven around a murder plot that is anything but typical.
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Published September 21, 2007 by iUniverse. 284 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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Two African-American women in the Washington, D.C., metro area face their middle-age struggles with love, family and murder charges in this empowering romantic thriller.

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