Wicked Women Whodunit
Kensington (March 1, 2005)
ISBN-13: 9780758210272 ♦ ISBN-10: 0758210272
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“Fast Boys” by Jennifer Apodaca
Tess Collins can’t believe she managed to get caught up in a sleazy tabloid reporter’s bid to get the dirt on NASCAR’s pin-up boy, Ark Underwood. Now, the jerk reporter is dead on Underwood’s hotel room floor, and Tess is duty bound to help Ark save his reputation. But joining forces with a world-class bad boy in search of a twisted killer only ignites white-hot fantasies, and unravelling this mystery goes hand-in-hand with unleashing every desire.
“Letters to my Readers” by MaryJanice Davidson
“It was Professor Tanten who did it, in the ballroom, with a martini shaker…” Aspiring mystery writer Caro Swenson can see that: Professor Tanten is standing there, covered in blood. But where’s the body—or bodies? Six people are missing from the mystery weekend, and Caro’s on the case with a hot-but-possibly homicidal hunk who seems to want to get his hands on Caro’s…clues.
“Single White Dead Guy” by Amy Garvey
Lanie Burke’s luck has gone from awful to downright…well, whatever comes after awful. She spent one insanely hot night with Mr. Drop-Dead Gorgeous, and now he’s lying on the steps of her cabin looking kind of; well, dead. Now, she’s got to figure out what to do with the body. Hopefully, she can get some help from the guy with groceries tromping through the snow toward her…the blue-eyed cutie with the broad shoulders who looks strangely familiar.
“Three Men and a Body” by Nancy J. Cohen
Reality show contestant Heather Payne’s assignment is simple: get a bed-and-breakfast in Winter Park up and running within seven days. It sounds like a piece of cake, until she meets the other cutthroat contestants, including the gorgeous Rex Gerard. He may be all business on the show, but in the B&B’s wine cellar, he is only interested in Heather’s pleasure. But s6meone wants to win at all costs, and when “accidents” start plaguing the show, Heather’s afraid that she may be sleeping with the enemy.