Death Makes the Cut by Janice Hamrick

The first bell of the new school year hasn’t even rung, and Texas high school teacher Jocelyn Shore is already at the scene of a murder. Friend and fellow teacher Fred Argus has been found dead on campus, and it isn’t long before the annoying, albeit attractive, Austin police detective Colin Gallagher uncovers evidence that Fred might have been selling drugs to students. Shocked by her loss as well as the insinuation that Fred was a dealer who got what he deserved, Jocelyn starts asking the kinds of questions guaranteed to set fellow teachers, administrators, and parents on edge. With the school serving as the setting for a big-time director’s latest film, her investigation could hardly have come at a worse time. Jocelyn, however, finds clearing her friend’s name far more important than the needs of a pesky movie crew and doesn’t care who knows it. But it’s only when she’s attacked while on set that she realizes someone is determined to make sure the secrets hidden by Fred’s death remain hidden no matter what the cost.


About Janice Hamrick

JANICE HAMRICK is the author of two previous titles in her award-winning Jocelyn Shore mystery series, most recently Death Makes the Cut. A MB/MWA First Crime Novel Competition winner, a Mary Higgins Clark Award finalist, and a nominee for the RT Reviews Reviewers’ Choice Award, she lives in Austin, Texas.

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Duration: Jun 26, 2012-Jul 17, 2012