Front Page Fatality (Paperback)
Henery Press, 9781938383120, 268pp.
Publication Date: January 29, 2013
Crime reporter Nichelle Clarke's days can flip from macabre to comical with a beep of her police scanner. Then an ordinary accident story turns extraordinary when evidence goes missing, a prosecutor vanishes, and a sexy Mafia boss shows up with the headline tip of a lifetime. As Nichelle gets closer to the truth, her story gets more dangerous. Armed with a notebook, a hunch, and her favorite stilettos, Nichelle races to splash these shady dealings across the front page before this deadline becomes her last. Part of the Henery Press Mystery Series Collection, if you like one, you'll probably like them all FRONT PAGE FATALITY is the first book in the Nichelle Clarke Headlines in Heels humorous mystery series. Bonus: Includes book club discussion questions. Praise for FRONT PAGE FATALITY: "Author LynDee Walker sure knows her way around a plot twist. She kept me turning pages late into the night, following the rollercoaster adventures of her fashionably feisty heroine-crime reporter and designer shoe fanatic Nichelle Clarke. FRONT PAGE FATALITY is smart, funny, and loaded with surprises. A terrific debut mystery." - Laura Levine, Author of the Jaine Austen Mystery Series "FRONT PAGE FATALITY is delightful, with engaging characters, a crackling good mystery, and of course, high, high heels. LynDee Walker writes with wit and intelligence and the confidence of a newsroom insider. What fun " - Harley Jane Kozak, Agatha, Anthony, and Macavity-Award winning author of Dating Dead Men and Keeper of the Moon (March 2013) "This is a joy to read: Nichelle is a likeable character who does put her nose into whatever seems curious to her...the book can be read in one sitting thanks to the easy and casual language the author has employed in writing the book. Highly recommended to the fans of cozy mysteries " - Mystery Tribune "Gives those designer shoes a workout Nicey's adventure kept me guessing. Goes down as smooth as hot chocolate with whipped cream." - Alice Loweecey, author of the Falcone and Driscoll Investigations.