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Dying For a Change (Ellen McKenzie mysteries)

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  • Sales Rank:110,373
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:182
  • Publication Date:December 18, 2013
  • ASIN:B005H49UM8


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Nothing ever happened in Santa Louisa, which was why Ellen McKenzie, divorce decree in one hand, new real estate license in the other, went home. Peace was what she needed, and time to figure out if forty is too late to start a new life. The town she remembered isn’t the same. A huge big box store wants to build and the town is sharply divided about its coming. Each side has drawn up battle plans. If that isn’t enough, Ellen makes an appointment to show her first house in her new real estate career and instead of a client finds the body of a man, beaten to death, in the walk-in closet. Could Hank Sawyer’s death have something to do with the new store’s coming? Hank was its most ardent supporter. Or could it be more personal? It seems half the staff at Harper’s Land Sales, where Ellen has just started work, had reason to hate Hank. Why? Ellen finds out all too quickly the real reason Hank was murdered and almost loses her own life.

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