Sinful Images by Steve Shore

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Infamous and nefariously corrupt business tycoon John Barrington has been murdered-but his self-confessed murderer is still at large, eluding capture and working behind the scenes to expose the villianous fat cat and bring someone else to justice. To do this, the killer must bring together two former employees of the corporate devil, both heated rivals.

Christine and Paul have never been friendly-in fact, if they’re in the same room together, they’re at each other’s throats, in a constant, feverish, antagonistic battle of wills. Forced to work together toward some sort of resolution to the developing mystery around them, eventually the attraction underlying the debate becomes too obvious for either of them to bear as they enlist more and more people in their crusade to protect their jobs-and even their own lives.

Together, they are driven toward the exciting and inevitable conclusion of both John Barrington’s murder, and their own, tempestuous, passionate feelings for one another.

About Steve Shore

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Stephen M. Shore received a regressive autism diagnosis at age 18 months, became nonverbal, and was deemed “too sick” to be treated on an outpatient basis. Today, he’s finishing a doctoral degree focused on helping people with autism lead fulfilling and productive lives. When not teaching college-level courses in special education and teaching children with autism how to play musical instruments, he consults and presents on autism-related issues internationally. Some topics of particular interest to him include comparative approaches for helping people with autism, education, and disaster preparedness for people with disabilities. He also focuses on challenges faced by adults in terms of self-advocacy, disclosure, post-secondary education, employment, interdependent living, and relationships.Stephen holds bachelor degrees in music and accounting and information systems from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He also holds a masters degree in music education and is on the cusp of finishing his doctorate in education from Boston University. Although he seems to spend most of his time traveling in airplanes (Boeing 747-400 preferred), he resides in Brookline, Massachusetts, with his wife on the rare occasions when he’s home.Linda G. Rastelli is an award-winning journalist, instructional designer, and author with 20 years of experience in writing and designing instruction for health, education, and business topics. In her career, she has focused on making complex and technical information understandable to the layperson. Although she has covered subjects ranging from financial ratio analysis to educational reform, her most challenging inquiry to date — an undertaking that has made her other projects look like finger painting in comparison — has been autism.Linda holds a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Delaware and a masters degree from Columbia University. She lives on the New Jersey coast with her husband and her cat, who have reached a blissful state of detente. She hopes to keep her day job.
Published June 8, 2009 by Excessica Publishing. 286 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Romance, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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