The Money Kill (Karin Schaeffer #4) (Mass Market)
Harper, 9780062096975, 352pp.
Publication Date: March 26, 2013
Former New York City police detectives turned Brooklyn private investigators Karin Schaeffer and her husband Mac MacLeary become involved in an international conspiracy in The Money Kill, a new thriller by Katia Leaf.
An offer of $30,000 for one day's work in London, followed by a family vacation in the Mediterranean, seems too good an offer to refuse.
But the family's trip to sun-drenched Sardinia turns dark and terrible when the children vanish. Suddenly Karin and Mac must unravel a deadly web first spun when wronged wife Cathy Millerhausen walked into their world—as they discover firsthand the true evil of big money: how far it reaches, what it buys…who it kills.
About the Author
Born in France to American parents, KATIA LIEF moved to the United States as a baby and was raised in Massachusetts and New York. She teaches fiction writing as a part-time faculty member at the New School in Manhattan and lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two children.
Praise For The Money Kill (Karin Schaeffer #4)…
— Wendy Corsi Staub, NYT bestselling author
“Katia Lief skillfully weaves a complex tale of an emotionally scarred central character, nail-biting suspense, and a diabolical killer that will grip you until the very last page. I can’t wait for the next Detective Karin Schaeffer thriller.”
— Richard Montanari on YOU ARE NEXT
“Author Katia Lief takes her readers on a whirlwind ride, overflowing with mystery layered upon mystery, ending in an unusual but gratifying finale. Readers will want to read more of this talented writer’s work.”
— New York Journal of Books
“Lief pens a diabolically brilliant story and takes us on an amazing, wild ride.”
— Terri Ann Armstrong author of Morning Menace and Executive Editor for Suspense Magazine
“Powerful, provocative, and pulsating with verve. Karin Schaeffer is both complex and compelling, one of the strongest female figures in contemporary crime fiction-and her absolute strength of will is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit.”
— John Valeri, Hartford Books Examiner