Death, Deceit & Some Smooth Jazz

Death, Deceit & Some Smooth Jazz

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Baker & Taylor
Having ended a relationship with a married man, a brokenhearted Amanda Bell Brown struggles with trust issues when he begs her to change her mind, a situation that is further complicated by his wife's untimely murder.

Simon and Schuster
The church girl’s alternative to Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum novels features Amanda Bell Brown as she investigates the murder of her former lover’s ex-wife.

Amanda Bell Brown is a woman on the edge.

How's a woman supposed to nurse a broken heart when her pet sugar glider is driving her batty, or is that squirrelly? The deafening tick of her biological clock and having no Jazz to soothe her makes Amanda Bell Brown one frazzled forensic psychologist.

When Lieutenant Jazz Brown shows up at Amanda's door unannounced, her heart competes with her head as she struggles to do the right thing. Jazz says he wants to reconnect and make their relationship work. But there's just one tiny problem: his ex-wife is found murdered -- in his apartment.

Now Amanda has to strap on her sleuthing shoes -- the cute gold pair -- and work against time to discover the truth, both for herself and for Jazz. But as the body count rises and surprising clues begin to surface, Amanda wonders if anyone can know the heart of a man -- especially her man.


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