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Blues In the Night
Ballanine, Oct 2002, 23.95, 352 pp.
She is a woman blessed with great parents and good friends. Her faith in the Jewish Modern Orthodox religion sustains her and perhaps that is why Molly Blume is a true crime writer and a columnist for Crime Sheets for the local independent papers. One police report catches her interest concerning Lenore Saunders who was out in the middle of the night miles from her house wearing only a nightgo...
Ballantine, Oct 2003, 24.95, 400 pp.
True crime writer and free lance journalist Molly Blume also writes a weekly column Crime Sheet. She gathers police reports of local crimes in the L.A. neighborhoods and reports on them in the newspaper. She notices a case of vandalism on a street that she knows. When she looks into it she discovers that the person who was vandalized is a very pro HARP (Historic Archeological Restoration and ...
Ballantine, Oct 2004, 24.95, 384 pp.
Molly Blume writes true crime books and works as a freelance journalist. Six years ago someone murdered her best friend Aggie; Molly mourned her loss, but hounded police even when they filed the homicide as a cold case. Sixteen days before her wedding to Zach, Detective Andy Connors asks her to identify a locket that he thinks belonged to Aggie. Molly confirms that it was Aggie's locket bec...
Shadows Of Sin
Morrow, Oct 2001, 25.00, 352 pp.
In Century City, California, at the office of respected plastic surgeon Dr. Bushnell, a patient pulls out a gun and kills the receptionist, the nurse, and the physician. The police believe that this was a premeditated crime of passion because one of the bullets was fired directly into the man's scrotum.
As in any such crime suspicion falls directly on the immediate family. Homicide det...