The private life of journalist Sutton McPhee is plunged straight into the headlines when her younger sister Cara is found murdered in a bank parking lot. Cara was a church secretary without an enemy in the world - and the police are baffled by the case. But when Sutton learns that Cara's death may be linked to her church congregation, she won't stop until she solves the case.
A better Narrator. I listened for five minutes and had to return it.
Reporter Sutton McPhee knows how to get a story - and this time she's taking her sleuthing skills to the scene to solve the murder of a top Senate aide. But during the investigation, there's another murder - the wife of a House of Representatives candidate. And her police source on the case has a problem or two with female reporters - and a problem or three with Sutton.
Fast-talking reporter Sutton McPhee is so starved for a story, she'll even follow around a beat cop for a lousy "day in the life" piece. And then the cop winds up dead. But when his killer sets out to make Sutton the next victim, only one thought whispers in her ear - be careful what you wish for.