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Murder was a Stranger
For single mother, Kate Summers, the decision to work as small-town cop was made with her children in mind. However, Kate finds that Columbine, Colorado contains more than physical dangers. When Kate's babysitter, Janie, discovers her foster mother dead, Kate's first instinct is to help protect Janie. Unfortunately, the investigation demands that Kate drag Janie through the unpleasant events surrounding the murder. Adding to the problems is that the list of suspects includes her kid's beloved school teacher, the victim's brother, and the chief-of-police's poker buddy. When more than murder clues turn up, Kate finds that the past appears to be driving current events, and those events will threaten the life of someone Kate cares for. In the end, Kate will find that solving this murder will cost her and her children a personal price she never expected to pay.
Peggy Swager is an established author in
non-fiction, and is now working to establish herself in fiction. She is a
long time member of the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, and a member of the
Pikes Peak Writers and the SouthWest Writers. For years she attended a
critique group which included noted mystery author Diane Mott Davidson.
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