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Roz Russell Interview - The Inspiration
Roz Russell is the author of Murder Once Removed which is based in the Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New Mexico area. This is the first part of her two-part interview.
Murder Once Removed Review
When Jessica Curtis's mentor investigative reporter John Taylor disappears while on assignment, she quickly picks up where he left off and finds herself in the crosshairs of a dangerous enemy.
Now You See It Review
PI David Randall takes time away from searching for a missing diamond bracelet to search for a valuable box tied to Houdini. Unfortunately, he finds a body and much more among the magicians hoping to make it big.
The Blood Promise Review
A centuries old sailor's chest, and the secrets it holds, play a prominent role in betrayal and murder in the present day.
Death Never Sleeps Review
Corporate CEO Michael Nicholas is drawn into dangerous global intrigue including illegal sports betting, loan sharking, and artificial intelligence after his NYC based brother, Alex, is murdered.
Image of Deceit Review
When Bygie Hudson's husband was murdered Bygie was not only the chief suspect, but during the investigation she found out her husband was into far more than just selling cars.
Cold Tuscan Stone Review
Translator Rick Montoya heads to Volterra, Italy at the request of an old friend to look into the theft of priceless burial urns by traffickers, and ends up with his own life on the line.
In the Morning I'll Be Gone Review
A year after his shocking demotion followed by his ouster from the Royal Ulster Constabulary, former Detective Inspector Sean Duffy is recruited by MI5 for a special mission.
I Hear the Sirens in the Street Review
DI Duffy finds himself in a troubling investigation of a torso found in a suitcase as he also struggles with romance and powerful men who will do anything to stop Duffy from solving his case.
Twelve to Murder Review
When a former child star and teen idol is accused of murder and takes everyone in a local bar hostage, Mac Faraday has just twelve hours to find the real killer or they will all die.
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