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The Party's Over

On December 30, Susan Stark was dropped off in front of her parents' house. She hasn't been heard from since. Not a good scenario, especially in New York.

Former nun (now crime investigator) Christine Bennett fears the worst. Armed with only a few phone numbers and a photo of Susan, she steps into the missing girl's life - and meets a Susan that neither her parents nor her boyfriend knew existed…with strange obsessions and a secret life that may have lured her to a deadly end.

©1997 Lee Harris (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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A Mind Bending Tale of Murder

I love all the Christine Bennett Mysteries and the New Year's Eve Murder is no exception. Invited to a New Year's Eve party at a friend's house, Chris and her husband, Jack and baby, Eddie spend the night there, only to find that during the night a woman has gone missing. Eventually Chris finds the woman murdered in a heinous way. I am always surprised at what Chris learns and how she finds the killer. Never saw it coming. Great tale and conclusion.

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