But the mystery runs deeper than anyone expects. Why was Constance wearing a precious artifact, and where is the missing treasure now? Eliza soon learns that Constance has more enemies than she could ever have imagined. And the closer Eliza gets to unmasking the murderer, the closer she gets to becoming the next victim.
Eliza marshals three KEY News co-workers to help. Annabelle Murphy is able to switch from producing to investigative work at a moment's notice. B.J. D'Elia contributes brains, brawn, and a much-needed male perspective. And on-air psychiatrist and recent KEY News hire Dr. Margo Gonzalez has a frightening propensity to figure out what suspects may really be thinking. Together they form the "Sunrise Suspense Society", relying on each other, with their ingenuity and courage tested to the limit, in this nail-biting media thriller in which everyone is a suspect, and every word is a clue.
©2007 Mary Jane Clark; (P)2007 HarperCollins Publishers
Another complicated thriller in the KEY News series. Though things are getting a little predictable, it's still a good listen. And anyway, I'm a sucker for justice and happy endings!
It was simple enough for me
It had a couple surprises
Just a pleasant all around reader
I was surprised at the twists
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