When a delivery man is found stone cold dead, a news anchor is suddenly the prime suspect in a murder she didn’t commit. Find out why our reviewer says author Debra Webb’s Still Waters is “authentic” and “ripped from today’s headlines.”
When a news anchor becomes the prime suspect in a murder investigation, will she be able to prove her innocence in time? (Photo by Paolo Margari, Flickr) Being in the limelight may have its advantages, but it can also have a serious downside… especially when someone turns a beautiful journalist into a scapegoat for murder in Debra Webb’s Still Waters, the second novel in her Faces of Evil series.
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